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... T H Ig3 A G- M I C C r • P ZC I T S • • BUSINESS MANAGER a. tias.14:....,=vA , - 0 1: 0 AC-20M EC NNLTN T-141 I_TY S EV-EN p oft hax side RA LEIG14, NORT-14 C-A-R,OL I N4 COLLFGF STAT 9 I. LJ • • • rrr li reverent memory of those members of the faculty, student body, and alumni of North Carolina State College who made the supreme sacrifice of laying down their lives in the honorable service of our country during the World War, we dedicate this, the thirty-third volume of the AGPOMECK. or PAST • • • Ti SP _MVIA Carolina L Colter the tone of as Inundmg. North Carolina State College has been thriving and expanding until today it is recognized as one of the leading technical schools in this country. But this is not all . . . we lett that a pictorial representation of the activi• ties, traditions, and spirit of the student body together with its scholastic qualities will show that the North Carolina State College of today is all that its founders hoped for. Thus. with this thought in mind, it is with great pride that we present this page of student life. 9 Oid narik cSizzle oiler JiLair-4:0-ta 4:0714. The six noble men pictured below and on gapes to follow were selected because they had those outstanding train of character and leadership which lend themselves to making a man of infallible qualities. These men are not the only leaden of their respective periods in life bur we feel that they are the ones most qualified to represent the ' Mutant activi- ties during their time. ALLEN JONES 1719-1807 Revolutionary War CONTENTS he College " 2 Classes 3 Organizations 4 HUGH WADDELL 9raternities 1735-1773 5 French and Indian War 9eatures 6 athletics • TIII VI S I ON D. H. Hi1.1. 1821-1889 Civil War WORTH BAGLEY 1874-1898 Spanish American War JOHNSTON BLAKELY FRANK THOMPSON 1781.1814 1886.1918 War of 1812 World War FED I_WO ZD AGROMECK is based on the thoughts and ideas that prompted the ire, :ion of the Memorial Tower. This beautiful edifice is a memorial to the North Carolina State College men who gave their lives in the World War. As this tower stands in memory of these sons of State College, so does this year-. book remain in respect to the North Carolinians who portrayed their spirit and interest in the Tar Heel State by taking outstanding parts in the six major wars participated in by North Carolina. To those of you who read this 1937 edition of the AGROMECK. we with to leave a review of the active parts played in periods of the past by a few of North Carolina ' s outstanding men. By giving you the pictorial representations of these wars and their invincible participants on these pages and others ro follow. we wish that you may not rementher them only for their artistic beauty, but—remember them as the undaunted and tireless efforts of men of this State to make it one of which we can all be justly proud. It is the hope of the editors that the accumulation of memories, activities, and intimations contained in these pages will serve as ample reminders of North Carolina State College. 0 I One T C COLLFGE THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR 41 4 • 4 " , • 4 kyr r. • HOLLADAY HALL PRESIDENT ' S ROME ite rsfir PATTERSON H ALL ta, PUBLICATIONS BUILDING v:,;. ec • • • • 42. 4 4 • i k • r- 1.; • • • , • PRIMROSE HALL RICKS HALL b 4 - • . • • • - •••• . • • „ • ,..,; • .. • • C• • • ' ' 9; • ‘).-, • . . • a. • • weida I H HILL LIBRARY PEELE HALL fro P U L L E N HALL PHYSICS BUILDING ' - s c ' t .1•4:r % • • 1 4 1. • • 4.1•4 kt:r; - 1 . • g - • 4. • • " ' t • . .••••,. ' 0 kinia, . 4 ; ' Well fr p ? - • .■ • • • ? ' • 1911 DORMITORY WATAUGA HALL ••• ;:., %it,. •,•., • .: A j. ,.i.‘;, ' ,... .. " ' ' - 0 it 4 " ; 4 „.,,-%,,,,...,cv...r, ' ilt .• ( I ' Pet ,niset , , i.f " ` :.; , ., ,,,-- ;0 t k ' 4 r , , " . i it , 7 ., ,,, , a - - , A .i.. . .- " rt. •; ' . ' . je• i . • N 1i • : . Is -... ' ... :4 . P ' t r • f , : • „ ' , ' . . 0 . • 4 kr :i pi _. 1 4 : ' , t : . t 4.- d DINING HALL WINSTON HALL -17 " IV ' ? " , ' 4 .: ' Ow ADV INISTRATION DR. FRANK PORTER GRAHAM M.A.. LL.D.. D. C. L.. D. Litt. President of the Greater University of North Carolina COLONEL JOHN W. HARRELSON M.E. Dean of Administration of North Carolina State College n z O Page Thirty-four STATE COLLEGE E. L. CLOVE, Dean of Students D.E.. MS.. North Carolina State College. 2224 Hillsboro Street. I. 0. SCHAUB. Dean of the School of Agriculture B.S.. North Carolina State College. Graduate Work at Johns Hopkins University. Western Boulevard. E. BROWNE. DAM of the School of Education A.B.. Wake Forest College. A.M.. Columbia University. 1715 Park Drive. B. F. BROWN. Dean of the School of Science and Business B.S.. Northwestern University. Graduate work at the Universities of Michi• gan and Wisconsin. 801 North Bloodworth Street. W. C. RIDDICK. Dean of _ _n A.B.. University of North Carolina. CE.. LL.D.. Lehigh University. I.L.D.. Wake Forest College. 225 Woodburn Road. R. F. POOLE. Dean of Graduate Instruction B.S.. Clemson Coll ege M.S.. Ph.D.. Rutgers University. I Hope Street. THOMAS NELSON. Dean of the Textile School D Sc.. North Carolina State College. 16 Enterprise Street. C. R. LEFORT. Assistant Dean of Students B.S.. North Carolina State College. 821 Hillsboro Street. TH I RTY-SEV EN Page Thirty-five r AG ROMECK OF N%14 FACULTY ALTHAUS, KENNETH G. InfonlrY—Inetrunor, ISIS Scales Street ANDERSON. D. B. Professor of Botany 906 Brooks Avenue ANDERSON, E. H. Instroctor. Eenwnics 401 South McDowell Street ANDERSON. W. HEARTLY EndaII Conk 1610 St. Mary ' s Street ARMSTRONG. L. 0. Associate Professor, Education 400 Dixie Trail ASHTON. D. F. Teaching Fellow. Zoology ea Entomology 2716 Everett Avenue BALLENGER. STANLEY T. Assistant Professor. liners tannins 3134 Stanhope Avenue BARNHARDT. LUTHER WESLEY Ant. Professor, History and Government 211 Groveland Avenue BARTLETT. GRADY W. Instrunor, Physics 101 Sixth Illetnitory BAUERLEIN, GEORGE. JR. Introctor. History 2511 Vanderbilt Avenue BOLING, HOWARD H. Anisow in Animal Ilsrboadry 224 South Doanitory BC611ART, EDWARD W. Professor, Education 108 Horne Street BOSTIAN. C. H. Ain. Professor. Zoology and 210 Chamberlain S BOWEN. A. F. Treasurer of eke College 20 Femdell Lane BRAMER. C. R. Assistant Professor. Cull Engineering 20 Logan Court BRIDGES. W. S. Ann. Protestor. Mechanieal Engineering 123 Chamberlain Street BRIGGS. H. B. Professor. Mechanical Enonering 1623 St. Mary ' s Street .11APMAN. W. H. Grange Assistant. Agronomy 6 Enterprise Street ClIASE, THORNTON Mabee, hafentry—Inarnefor. Military 1922 St. Mary ' s Street CLARK. JOSEPH D. Professor, English 15 Foram Strew CLARKE. R. T. Teaching Fellow. Textiles 124 South Dormitory CLARKSON. J. M. Assistant Professor. Mathematics 2701 Damneder Street CLEMENT. S. L. Asso. P rofessor. Agriculnwal Economics 122 Park Avenue CI.EVENGER. C. B. Professor of Soils 203 Groveled Avenue CLEVENGER. REBA DAVIS Reference Lanarion 202 Grovelled Avenue CLEVENGER, W. L. Professor. Animal lInthwary, Dairying 209 Send. Dormitory CI.OYD. E. L. Dean of Students 2324 Hillsboro Street COCO:INS. J. K. Associate Professor. Ellcaroir Cary COLLINS. E. R. Agronomist 3410 Hillsboro Street COOK. L. E. Professor of FInation Ill Brooks Avenue COOPER. ALBERT H. Ant. Profwice, Chemical Engineering 221 West Park Drive COTNER. J. B. Professor, Aeronomy T718 Clark Avenue DALE. L. P. Seniwa. Military Deportment 212 Park Avenue DARST. W. H. Professor. Agronomy 1609 Park Drive DEARSTYNE, R. S. Professor, Penney 921 West South Street DENMARK. L. P. Inarnetar. Mechanical Engineering 2247 Circle Drive DERIEUX. J. B. Professor. Physics 2$02 Hillsboro Street DIXON. A. A. Associate Professor, 14 Dixie Trail DIXON. FRED Director SPOIL Publicity 17 Enterprise Street DOAK. C. G. Ant. Professor. Physical Education 130 Woollen, Read EADDY. H. E. Research Fellow. Botany 2316 Hillsboro Street EDWARM. J. M.. JR. lannwtor. Arelsitenanl Engineering Montgomery Street EYSTER. H. C. Intrados, Botany 1816 Park Drive FELTNER, C. E. Instrunor. Mechanics; Engineering 214M Cox Avenue FERGUSON. J. C. Instmetor. Mechanical Engineering 2310 l ' anderbdt Avenue FISHER, H. A. Professor of Mathematics 123 Brecht Avenue FLANDERS. C. A. Instructor, Chemistry 116 Forest Road FONTAINE. JAMES Asst. Professor. Civil Engineering 2712 Everest Avenue FORNES, G. G. buten-tor. Mechanical Engineering Knigladale FORSTER. G. W. .4grinatnal flossier- -Rural Sociology 1924 Sunset Drive FOSTER. J. E. As:wine Professor, Animal II usbantry 3209 Hillaxwo Sired FOUNTAIN, A. M. Assistant Professor. English 312 Forest Rood FOURAKE.R, R. S. Professor, Electrical Eng 601 Brooks Avenue FULTON. B. B. Research Enconologin 600 Brooks Avenue GARDNER. M. Profewor of llortinhow 2305 Drilled Avenue GARODNICK. I. 0. Teaching Fellow. Modern Langvage Dept. 301 Park Avenue GARRISON. K. C. Pie " 017Y Pen. Chamberlain Street GAUGER, H. C. Assistant Professor. Poultry Dept 114 Chamberlain Street GEILE, W. G. Professor, Cips7 Engineering Dept. 107 Berkshire Road GILES, G. Ant. Professor, Agricultural Engineering 3151 Stanhope Avenue GLENN. KARI. B. Asst. Professor. Electrical Engineering 309 North Bleedweeth Street GODFREY. ROBERT K. T eaching Fellow. Botany Pea. 123 Brooks Avenue GRANTHAM. MRS. MARY S. X-Ray and Laboratory Technkian, I GREAVES. R. E. Associale Professor, Poultry Deft 2512 Clark Avenue GREAVES•WALKER. A. F. Professor, Ceramic Engineering 303 Forest Rood GREENE. R. E. I.. Assistan, Farm Mannteme nt Research, Aninatnal Economies Dept R. F. D.. No. 3 GREEN. R. W. Astor:ate Professor. Economics Dept. 2818 White Oak Road GRIFFIN. ROBERT J. Infractor. Chemistry Dept. 11533 Park Avenue GRIKSHAW. A. H. Associate Professor. Chemicals and Dye, Textile School Mansion Park Hotel GRINNELLS, C. D. Animal Husbandry Pelt 409 Dixie Trail HACKNEY. J. CARLYLE. Teaching Fellow, Chemistry Dept. 311 Bitterest Road HAIG. F. M. Asia. Professor. Anima Husbandry and Dairying Dept. 1803 Fairview Road HALVERSON. J. 0. In charge of Animal Nutrition ReseareA, Animal Husbandry Dept. au Mayans ROM ' and Brooks Ave. HAREEM REINARD Inarnetor. Zoology Dell. Cary. N. C. • BROWN. B. F. Den. School Science and finis ' s, 601 North Bloodworth Street • BROWN, HARLAN C. Circulation .03reeion 2715 Vanderbilt Avenue BROWN, ROBERT R. Asa. Professor. Electrical Engineering 1520 Carr Street BROWNE. T. IL -I Dean. Department of Ednotion 1715 Park Drive I BROWNE. WILLIAM HAND, JR. Professor and Head of Electrical E1447iKet• hip Departmen till 408 Dixie Trail BUELL. MURRAY F. Instructor. Botany 902 Brooks Avenue Z BULLOCK. R. C. 0 Assistant Professor, Mothensaties 402 Horne Street CAFFERY. CHARLES S. 7:, Col. Infantry—P..1LS. and T., Military MR Morrison Avenue A. C. M.D.. Cortege Physician 1 302 Hawthorne CAMPBELL. CARLYLE Professor of English CAVENESS. H. L. rs Assistant Professor. Chemistry 2607 Vanderbilt Avenue ✓ CELL, JOHN W. Annual Professor, Mathematics 712 Brooks Avenue Call Page Thirty•fix +4 STATE COLLEGE FACULTY HARRELSON. J. W. Dean of Administration 1903 Hillsboro Street HARRISON. THOMAS P. Professor. English Den. 1900 Park Drive HART. T. R. Associate Professor of Textile School 501 Wen Whitaker Mill Rood HARTLEY. LODWICK C. Assistant Professor. English Den. 205 Woodburn Rash HAYES, ARTHUR C. Isenructor, Textile Chemistry and Dyeing 2404 Hillsboro Street HECK. CHARLES M. Professtr. Physics Dept. 200 Hawthorne Road HICKS. W. N. Asst. Professor, edition ad Sociology 2505 Vanderbilt Avenue HILTON. J. T. Professor. Textile School 1010 Andakside Drive HINKLE. L. E. Professor. Modern Languages 1714 Park Drive HOFMANN, JULIUS V. Professor and Director of Forestry 904 Newborn Avenue HOSTETLER, EARL H. Professor. Animal ifustaitdry 3010 White Oak Road HUTCHISON. J. J. Asa,. Professor, Research, Poultry Dept. 123 Brooks Avenue DETER. FRANK H. Director, State College News Barran 304 Forest Road JOHNSON. J. P. Instructor. lltehaniral Engineenag Dept Garner. N. C. JOHNSON, THEODORE S. Professor. Civil Enciateennp Pen. 1026 Cowper Drive JONES. A. D. Assistant Professor. Chemistry Dept. 2308 Vandyke Avenue JONES. D. E. Extension Specialist. AgrinsItaral Enenneering Deft 314 E. Park Drive JONES. IVAN D. Research in HortinsInre, Itortindtare Den. 616 Brooks Avenue JONES. ROBERT E.. Major. Infantry losanscror, Military Dept . JORDAN. W. E. Associate Professor, Chemistry Dept. 902 Brooks Avenue KEEVER. L. M. den. Professor, Electrical Erugneenng Den. 2200 Carroll Drive KELLAM. W. P. Canaria 2410 Everett Avenue KERR. E. G. Den. of Animal Husbandry and Dairying Dairy Farm Cottage KERR. THOMAS Associate Cytologist in the U. S. P. A. 576 N. Person Street KLIME. P. H. Agronomist. Dept of Agronomy 728 W. Cabaret,. KIMREY. A. C. Dairy Extension Dept. 220 K. Park Drive KING. EDWARD S. Geoern Secretary, E. M. C. A. 121 Chamberlain Street KLtrrri, R. L. Agncultuw Extensions Service 406 Capital Apts. KNic.111, GEN1- An:antra Erteresson Snore 213 Woodburn Road KOKES, M. R. Assistant Football Coma. Auden.. Den. 1512 Can Steen KOSKY. EDWARD Assistant Football Coach, Athletic Dept. 2226 Circle Drive KUTSCHINSKI. CHRISTIAN D. Director. Mask Den. 1805 Wills Avenue LAM ' . A. I. Associate Professor. English Den. A.3 Wilmot At• LAMBE. C. M. Dmovrea.. Civil Enti.errin, rex. 4I3 Calvin Road LANCASTER. F. W. Assistant Professor, Physics Den. 2403 Everett Avenue I.AUER. B. E. Aug. Professor, Chemical Engineering Den 1619 Hillsboro Street LAWRENCE. J. B. Ant. Freshman Football Coach, Athletic Den. Flat Iron Apt.. LAY. GEORGE B. Agricultural Extension Dept. Asbury Park LEAGER. MARC Asso. Professor. Blaine:3 Administration 16 Maiden lane Assistant Professor, Matintatiet Deft. LEE. WILLIAM D. Apricalensd Extension Service LEFORT. C. R. elnistasst to Dean of Students, Admatistrarion Pepe. 821 Hillsboro Street LEHMAN. S. G. Professor of Phial Pathology, Dept. of Danny 123 Brooks Avenue LEIGHTON, HENRY P.. Sat., D.E.M.L. Administration Asst., Military Dept. 218 Cox Avenue LEVINE. JACK Assistant Professor, Mathematics Den. 117 Haltrest Road LEWIS, J. G. Instructor, Penile School 413 Fa lane Street I.00KMILLER. DAVID A. Instructor, History and Political Science 304 Hillereat Road LOVVORN, R. L. Agrononsin. Den. of Agronomy 303 Ifillertat Road Lvrz. J. F. Associate Professor of Sat. Dept. of Agronomy 324 South Donaitory MCCULLOUGH. T. P.. JR. Teaching Feller:, Physics Den. 215 Park Avenue MCCL7CHEON, F. H. Assistant Protein., Zoology and Entomology Dept. Car y. N. C. MCGEHEE. WILLIAM Inarvetn. Psychology Den. North Wilmington St. MCNATT. E. B. ASsigtOla PrefessOf. Economies Dept. 113 Chamberlain Street MANN. C. L. Professor, Head of Civil Engineering Dept. 1702 Hillsbaro Street MARSHALL. R. P. Assistant Professor. English Den. 2617 Leesville Road MAIHESON, H. D. Teaching Fellow. Chemistry Den. 2316 Hillsboro Street MATHEWS, M. T. Ant. Professor, Rant Sociology Den. 1904 Hillasoro St. MAUPIN, C. J. Extension Poultryman, Penh., Dept. 2806 Halsbaro Street MAYER, W. L. Director of Registration and Anchoring Agent 30 Bagwell Siren MAYES. ALLENE Associate Norse. Infirmary Building MEACHAM. F. B. Asst. Professor. Zoology sad Entomology Department 2716 Everett Avenue MEARES, J. S. Atilf410 Professor. Physics Dept. 24041 Everett Avenue METCALF. Z. P. Professor of Zoology: Director of I. strentink School of Agricaltare oat Forestry 315 Forest Road MIDDLETON. G. K. Agronomist, Dept. of Agronomy 2830 Bannettkr Street MILLER, A. S. indracror in Economies, Economies Dept. MILLER. J. F. Professor, Physical Education Den. and Director of larramoral Athletics 191 Chamberlain Street MILLER. W. D. Assistant Professor, Forestry Den. 115natant Road MITCHELL. T. Associate Professor. Zoology Dept. 123 New Bern Avenue MOEN. R. 0. Professor, Dept. of Banners Adm. 3202 Clark Avenue MOORE. J. H. Cotton Tedanolegist, Den. of Agronomy 2807 Bedford Avenue MOORE. J. L. Ant.. Dairy Research. Animal lInsbasary Department 222 Chamberlain Street MORRIS. W. F. Director. Service Dept. 2509 Vanderbilt Avenue MORROW. E. B. Asso. Ilarticulturirt, Horticulture Dept. 14 Enterteire Street MUMFORD, C. G. Associate Professor, Mathematics Dept. 712 Brooks Avenue NAHIKIAN, H. M. [suntan. Mathematics Dept. 3306 Hillsboro Street NANCE. It E. Asn, Professor, Animal Husbandry Deft. Route No. 4. Raleigh NASH, T. L. Innnetor, Electdeal Engineering Dept. 307 West Park Drive NELSON. THOMAS Dean, Textile School 16 Enterprise Street NEWTON. G . L. Herdsman, Dept. of Animal Husbandry NISWONGER, H. R. Extension Hortindnrin, Hortieultsre Deportment 309 Forest Road OWENS. 0. P. Research Fellow, Botany Den. 13 South Dormitory PAGE. L. 0. Herdsman. Animal Hasbandry Den. PAGET, E. H. Associate Professor. English Pep. 114 Park Avenue THIRTY-SEVEN AGROMECK OF FACULTY PARK. H. V. Ingmetor. 3lotkernaties Den. 404 CMnaberlain Street PARKER. J. M III Geology DO 206 East Park Drive PARKINSON, I R. losstnietor, Mechanical Engineering 1710 Park Drive PARRISH. C. F. Ezteariori Pow!Wynn. Poultry Dept. 2820 F nd Avenue PASTORE. P. N. Teaching Fellow, Industrial Arts Pen. 109 South Dormitory PAULSON..1. D. Assisting Professor. Artkisettural Engineering Den. 2705 Everett Avenue PEARSALI., R. J. Atristent Professor. Electrical Engineer. g Perwtment 116 Halifax Street PETERSON. ARNOLD Saps. of G 00441. Srmice Dept. 1307 Jackson Street PILAND, J. R. A ss sssss Soil Chemist Pogue Street PILLSBURY. J. P. Professor. llortieulture Deft. 2715 Hillsboro Strom POOLE. R. F. Profess.. Plant Pathology. Barmy Dept. I Bone Street RANDALI„ G. 0. Assistant Professor. Dortieshare Dept. 5 Dixie Trail RANDOLPH. E. E. Professor Chemical Engineering 212 Groveland Avenue RANKIN. W. H. Agronomist. DOC of Agronomy 402 Horne Street RAPER. W. H. Field Agent. Agriarksdre Economics 202 Hillsboro Street RICE. R. B. Awe. Professor. Aleehanical Eninten ' ag 708 Hillsboro Street RICHIE, T. L. lnenuetor. Textile School 211 Goddard Avenue RIDDICK. W. C. Dora of Engineering School 225 Woodburn Road ROWLAND, M. R. lustewetar. Mechanical Engineering Dept 803 Glenwood Avenue RUFFNER. R. H. Professor. Animal thwhandry Sad 1910 Park rTs RUGGLES. E. W. Director. College Erten... Division 2411 Everett Avenue rn SATTERFIELD. G. H. Associate Professor Biochemistry 407 West Park Drive SATTERFIELD. H. E. Assts. Professor Mechanical Engineering O 201 Groveland Avenue SCIIAUB. I. 0. Dram of School of Forestry end Western Boulevard Iv 4060door( SCHAUB, MAUD K. Research Fellow. Botany Department Western Boulevard SCHNIIDT. ROBERT Associese llortieulturist 516 Dauxbtridge Street SCHOOP. H. F. Teething Fellow. Zoology Der.. 210 Chamberlain Sited SEAGRAVES. W. P. Instructor. Mathematics Dept. 123 Forest Road Page Thitly•tight SELKINGHAUS. W. E. Instructor, Mechanical Engineering Den. 1819 Glenwood Avenue SEEGE tS. L. W. f sssss dor. Ilistory Dept. III Chamberlain Street SERMON. R. R. Director of Athletics 115 Bradt Avenue SHANKLIN. J. A. Arra, Dept.of Asporwmy 5.5: Dixie Trail SHAW. H. B. Professor, Indorsed Engineering Derr. 1507 Arab:nide Drive SHELLEY. A. B. R. brametor. English Dept 311 Ifillerest Road SHERWOOD. F. W. AISOCiollt. Amiss, Mistrial°. 318 North Boundary Street SHINN, W. E. Professor. Textile School 2307 Bedford Avenue SHOFENER. R. W. Amt. Dist. Apc.t.Agrisulthre Extension 314 Rant Park Drive SHORE. MARY Order Librarian 1306 Hillsboro Street SHOWALTER. M. F. Awriate Professor. Chemistry DeM. 504 Disie Trail SHULENBERGER. C. B. Associate Professor. Ennsomits Dept. 102 Fourth Dormiton SHUMAKER. ROSS Head of Demmt.ent of A•ehrteetrwr 2702 Rosedale Avenue SHUNK. IVAN V. Assogiste Professor, Botany Dept. 1009 Park Drive SINGER. W. E. instructor. Chemistry Dept. 127 Hawthorne Road SLOCUM. C. K. Assistant Professor. Forestry Dept. 226 Woodburn Road SMITH. F. H. Assisting. Animal Nstriting Ape No. I. Woman ' s Club SMITH, GLENN R. Ass . Professor. Agricultwe Economies 130 Forest Road SMITH. G. WALLACE Awe. Professor. .Vatlinnaties Den. 132 Woodburn Road STALLINGS. R. L. Secretory A. STONE, R. L. monger... Ceramic Den. 2513 Clark Avenue STUCKF.Y. J. L. Professor. Geology Dept. 1911 Sunset Drive SUMNER. MRS. BAYE. Amt. Pura-Awing Aorta. Porcluseing Del. 323 Hillsboro Steen THOMAS, D. B. butrwetor, Mathenugics Dept. 305 Forest Road THOMAS. ROY H. Saperngor of Agriculture Education 225 Porches Street THOMPSON. SALLYE Meanie:arr. Pegg of 3011 Hillsboro Street TROI.I.INGER. IDA E. Mead Move Inbrnury TUCKER, HARRY Professor of llighwty Engineering 20 Lo gan Court TURNER, FRANK B. Asst. Professor. Mechanic.! Engineering 2404 Everett Avenue VAN NOTE. W. G. Asa. Professor. Chetwieal Engineering 105 Harrison Avenue VAUGHAN. L. L. Professor of Meekenical Engineering 11 Enterprise Strom VENABLE. B. W. Major. Infonley--Instrwetor, Military 707 West Morgan Street VON GLAHN. J. I.. Business Manager. Athletes Ridge Road WAKEFIELD. OLAF Assigant in Rural Sociology and Ede. Alanagement 415 South Bolan Avenue WARREN. R. S. Instructor, Physical Edireatien, Ind Fresh... Coach 226 Clumberlain Strom WEAVER, D. S. Professor. Agrisulning Engineering $20 Daugbtrulge Street WEAVER. J. G. Assistent Professor. llortiewlnwe 707 North East Street WEI.LONS, T. T. Superintendent of Buildings 3130 Stanhope ' street WELLS. B. W. Professor of Horny 1605 Park Dr ive WHEELER. F. B. Saps. of Shops. Afeelomical Engineering 20 Maiden lane WHITFORD. L. A. Auuranr Professor, Botany 12 Kirby Street WHITNEY. J. B.. JR. Teaching Fellow. lionmy 125 Brooks Avenue WILLIAMS, C. B. Ilead of the Dept. of Agronomy 1405 Hillsboro Street WILLIAMS. C. P. Associate llortieultwrin 2711 Everett Avenue WILLIAMS. H. PAGE Associate Prof error. Mathennitiet 2512 Clark Avenue WILLIAMS. L. F. Professor of Organic Clewastry 1816 Park Drive WILLIAMS. N. W. Assistant Professor of Poultry WILLIAMS, ROBIN W. Ale. Professor of Agricultural Economies 202 Groveland Avenue WILLIS. L. G. Agrowomirt one Soil Chemist 2702 Fairview Road WILSON, A. J. Profess,. and Chairman Chemistry Dept. 1808 Park Drive WILSON, T. L. Assistant Professor, English 407 Calvin Road WINSTON. SANFORD Professor of Sociology 120 Forest Road WINTERS. R. Y. Director Experiment Station 1908 Park Drive WINTON. L. S. Instructor. IThrAematies 2716 Harnsettkr Street WOODHOUSE. W. W.. JR. Assistant Agronomist 1135 North Boylan Avenue WYMAN, LENTHALL Professor, Forestry t837 White Oak ko.v1 WYNN. W. K. Assistant Professor. English 502 Dixie Trail WYNNE. R. B. 1620 Park Drive 414 STATE COLLEGE CLA- I S THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR MARIO COMOLLI President IOR CLASS A N. M. DALRYSIPLF K. W. CLARK Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer JOHN GARDNER ABRAMS NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Agriculture Economics Cross Country (I. 2, 3. 4). GEORGE A. ADAMS SHELBY, N. C. Agriculture Economics Ag Club: Ag Economics Club. JOHN S. ALLEN NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C. Textile Manufacturing Basketball (I. 2. 3. 4). THOMAS T1LLETT ALLISON. JR. K A CHARL077E. N. C. Industrial Management Inter-Fraternity Council: R. 0. T. C. Band (I. 2. 3. 4): Yellow Dogs; Delta Sigma Pi: Scabbard and Blade: Orchestra (1. 2. 3. 4): Student Government (2): Pledge Dance Committee. Allison Page Forty-tour I STATE COLLEGE VANCE DELMA ALMOND ASHLEY HEIGHTS, N. C Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E.: R. O. T. C. (I. 2. 3. 4); Baseball (1.2). WILLIAM GUILFORD ANDREWS, 0 K N BerHEL, N. C. Industrial Management Inter-Fraternity; Y. M. C. A.: White Spades. WILLIAM COKE ARIAIL, E CHARLOTTE, N. C. Textile Manufacturing Sigma Tau Sigma: Tompkins Textile Society. GEORGE M. ASHBY, 5 N RALEIGH. N. C. Business Administration AGROSIECK Staff (I. 2. 3): Business Manager (4): R. 0. T. C. (I. 2). Almond Andress Allad AsNyy t Austin Avery LLOYD EDWARD AUMAN WEST END. N. C. Agriculture Education Ag Club: Cross Country Team (4): Grange: Honi- culture Society. CRAYON SHEI.TON AUSTIN OAKBORO. N. C. Agriculture Education Ag Club. JULIAN C. AVERY. JR. SELMA, N. C. Electrical Engineering A. S. IL E. (2. 3. 4): Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Fresh. man Friendship Council: New Student Committee (2. Secretary Y. M. C. A. Council (2). NILES BRYANT BAKER REIDSVILLE. N. C. Agriculture Economics Ag Club. Baker H_DzI ON 3 H1 n 0 l ' uve forty ' SEA " STATE COLLEGE JAMES ERNEST BARB HICKORY. N. C. Sanitary Engineering A. S. C. E. (2. 3. 4): Football (1): Baseball (I. 2. 3. 4): R. O. T. C. (I. 2. 3): Captain (4). HOWARD GORDON BARDES WILKINSBURG. PENNA. High School Teaching Kapp, Phi Kappa: Monogram Club (2. 3. 4): Foot- ball (I. 2. 3. 4): Baseball (1 ) : R. 0. T. C. (2. 3): Captain (4). JAMES WESLEY BARNES WILSON, N. C. Textile Management TAYLOR E. BARROW. JR.. 2: II FARNIVILLE, N. C. Textile Manufacturing Tompkins Textile Society: Baseball Cl): R. 0. T. C. (l. 2): Rifle Team (I. 2): Drum and Bugle Corp. bares Barnes Barrow RTY-S EV EN AGROMECK OF Page Fong-seven Beardsley CARL RICHARD BAYNE. X II N. PLAINFIELD, N. J. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E.: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3. 4). ALBERT NORMAN BEARDSLEE NORTH WILKESBORO. N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. WILLIAM CALLUM BELL GREENSBORO, N. C. Ceramic Engineering Engineers Council: Wrestling (I, 2. 3. 4): Co-Cap- tain (4): )(minus. Pees: Tau Beta Pi. Vice-Pm. GEORGE ELMER BETTS. JR. FAYETLEVILLE. N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. (3. 4): U. N. C. (I. 2). Bel is H_LtION 3141 QC Ey etc, hr STATE COLLEGE JOHN ERNEST BING HICKORY. N. C. Construction Engineering Scabbard and Blade: It 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3) Captain (4): Technician Staff (3. 4): A. S. C. E.: A. G. C. JAMES EDGAR BISHOP GREENSBORO. N. C. Aeronautical Engineering A. S. M. E Treasurer: Cross Country Team (2. 1. 4): R. O. T. C. (I. 2). ANDREW REIF BLACKBURN, K WILSON. N. C. Ceramic Engineering Golden Chain. President: Blue Key. Vice-President: Pine Burr. Vice-President: ' names. Secretary (1). Vice- President (4): Phi Era Sigma. Treasurer: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). Captain (4): Companion of St. Patrick: Tau Beta Pi: Scabbard and Blad:: Engineers Council: A. C. S.. President: Moland•Drysdale Scholarship Cup (I). JOHN HENRY BLACKMAN WHITEVILLE. N. C. Agriculture Education Ag Club: Y. M. C. A. Council: R. 0. T. C (1. 2. 3. 4). 13!ackman AGROMECK OF N TH I RTY-SEVEN Page Foery.nine Blount ape( EDWARD WOODSTON BLACKWOOD BURLINGTON. N. C. Textile Manufacturing Phi Psi. Secretary: Mu Beta Psi: Tompkins Textile Society. Secretary-Treasurer: Glee Club: Band (I. 2. 3): Sophomore Dance Committee. PAUL CAMERON BLALOCK. (4 K N FREMONT. N. C. Chemical Engineering R. 0. T. C. (I. 2.) : A. I. Ch. E. FRED BLOUNT ROPER. N. C. Agriculture Education Baseball (3). CHARLES EDGAR BOGER. JR.. E CONCORD. N. C. Textile Manufacturing 30 and 3: Tompkins Textile Society: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). I.itut. (4): Inter-Fraternity Council: Fresh. man Student Council. Blackwood Blalock rn z O -1 7p 41) 0 Page fifty STATE COLLEGE Po .•ne Bosd 4 Page Fifty-one AGROMECK OF JOHN ALLEN BOLAND. JR. BURLINGTON. N. C. Textile Weaving and Designing Sigma Tau Sigma: Phi Kappa Phi: Pine Burr: Phi Psi. Treasurer; Tompkins Textile Society. Vice-Prni- dent: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3. 4): Dormitory Floor Presi- dent (4). JOHN CLIFTON BONEY HAMLET. N. C. Construction Engineering ROBERT G. B. BOURNE HADDON HEIGHTS, N. J. Mechanical Engineering Mu Boa Psi: A. S. M. E.: Engineers Council: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). Captain (4). LUTHER CARLTON BOYD HENDERSON. N. C. Chemical Engineering Transfer. Hon College. land TH I RTY-SEVEN HENRY CHURCHILL BRAGAW WASHINGTON. N. C. Forestry Alpha Zeta; Life Saving Corp: Forestry-Az Club: Business Manager Pinetum (3): Editor Agriculturist (4). WILLIAM J. BRIDGES. JR. CHARLOTTE. N. C. Forestry Forestry Club: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3. 4): Wrestling (I. 2. 3. 1). KENLON HARRISON BROCKWELLA RALEIGH, N. C. Industrial Engineering Scabbard and Blade: Beaux Arts: Taylor Engineering Society: Society of Industrial Engineers. Vice•President: R. 0. T. C. (I, 2. 3. 4): Glee Club: Concert Band: Orchestra. FRANK H. BROWN. JR. CuLI.OWHEE. N. C. Agriculture Spec. Soils Ag Club. F. Brown Stockwell Eragaw li!ridges Pacr Fifty. Two z + STATE COLLEGE P Brown Browning Page Filty•ihree ZS AN C AGROMECK OF NX%... HENRY GILBERT BROWN BELLCROSS, N. C. Agriculture Economics AR Club: Agriculturist. Business Manager. LLOYD N. BROWN CHARLOTTE. N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Student Government (2. 3). President (4): Blue Key: Golden Chain: 30 and 1: Scabbard and Blade: Sigma Tau Sigma: Publications Board (4): Social Functions Committee; AGROMECK Staff (I. 2): Watattgan Staff (2): Athletic Council: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). Captain (4): Secretary-Treasurer Sophomore Class. PAUL PAISLEY BROWN. JR. RALEIGH. N. C. Industrial Management Transfer from Duke. CHARLES RICHARD BROWNING RALEIGH, N. C. Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E.: Radio Club. B -own L Brown TH I RTY-SEVEN a JAMES B. BUNDY FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E. DEWITT FLOYD BURNS, JR.. Y. rL E DURHAM, N. C. Textile Management Yellow Dogs: Band: Wolougan Staff: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2). CHARLES MARION BUTLER CLINTON. N. C. Agriculture Education Ag Club: Grange: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2): Agriculture Educational Society. W. EDGAR BUTLER VANCEBORO. N. C. Agronomy R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). Lieut. (4 ). C. Butler W Butler STATE COLLEGE WILLIAM SYKES BUTLER CLINTON. N. C. Agriculture Education Ag Club: Agriculture Education Society. WILLIAM LEWIS BYNUM RALEIGH, N. C. Industrial Management R O. T. C (1. 2. 3). Captain (4). HENRY CARSON BYRD WILMINGTON. N. C. Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E.: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). Lieut. (4). CURTIS EUGENE CALLIHAN WHITEVILLE, N. C. Agriculture Education Aft Club: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2): Grange: Alpha Zeta. Wm Butler Brun Byrd Page Fifty-hut A AGROMECK OF N‘14 THIRTY-SEVEN DOMINIC MAC CARA BELI.AIRE. 01110 Education Monogram Club: Football (I. 2. 3), Captain (4). WILLIAM MITCHELL CARLISLE RAHWAY. N. J. Textile Manufacturing Phi Psi. JOHN LEE CARPENTER. A X B LINOOLNTON. N. C. Agriculture Education Grange: Ag Club: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2). JEFF D. CARR CLINTON. N. C. Agriculture Economics Ag Club: Grange: Agriculture Economics Club: Lambda Gamma Delta. C.3 Carr rn " ? ' I :Iry six " I STATE COLLEGE WILLIAM B. CHALK. H K MOREHEAD CITY. N. C. Textile Manufacturing Sigma Tau Sigma; Phi Psi: Inter-Fraternity Council: Tompkins Textile Society. President. ALEXANDER STEPHEN CHEREVKO BROOKLYN. N. Y. Mechanical Engineering Mu Beta Psi: A. S. M. E.: Yellow Dogs: R. O. T. C. Band: Orchestra: Football (I. 2. 3): Baseball (3). WILLIAM EDWARD CHESHIRE FAYETTEVILLE. N. C. Chemical Engineering Companion of St. Patrick. ALBERT ALBIEN CHIEMIIEGO BURLINGTON. N. J. High School Teaching R. 0. T. C. (I. 2): Football (I. 2. 3): Manager (4); Kappa Phi Kappa. Chalk Chermke Cheshire C..hlemiego TH IRTY-SEVEN Page Filty-seven AN C.; AGROMECK OF ' N∎14., SAMUEL JAMES CHILDS HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. Agriculture Economics Ag Club. STANLEY ANZELM CHUDZIK CLIFTON. N. J. Chemistry Sigma Ili Alpha. KIRKLAND WOODRUFF CLARK. e K T WILMINGTON. N. C. Industrial Management Mu Beta Psi: Yellow Dogs: Young Democrat Club: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2): Debate Team (3. 4): Secretary- Treasurer Senior Class- Wataugan Staff (2. 3. 4): Band. JOHN WESLEY COCKMAN. H K A ROCKING HAM. N. C. Textile Management R. 0. T. C. (I. 2): Tompkins Textile Society. Chit Chid x Clark Cockman n Page hity•eight STATE COLLEGE JAMES M. COLEMAN. JR.. i E RALEIGH, N. C. Civil Engineering R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). Captain (4): Glee Club: Football (I). MARIO COMOLLI. A I ' P ELBERTON, GA. Industrial Management Sigma Pi Alpha: Golden Chain: Delta Sigma Pi: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). Major (4): President Senior Class: Publications Board: Student Activity Committee: Tech- nician Staff. FREDERICK LEONARD CONNELL Mt Hour. N. C. Aeronautical Engineering Pine Burr: Scabbard and Blade: A. S. M. E.: En- gineers Council: Student Government: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). Colonel (4): Companion of St. Patrick. CARROLL G. CONRAD GREENSBORO, N. C. Industrial Management Monogram Club: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). Captain (4): Football (I. 2. 3. 4): Basketball (I): Publics. tions Board: President Junior Class: Vice-President Sophomore Class: Student Activity Committee: Ring Committee. Coleman Conlon. Conrad Page Fifty-nine titti " eV AGROMECK OF NX 4%, TH I RTY-SEVEN ( Cooper HENRY CHARLES COOKE POUGHKEEPSIE. N. Y. Education Kappa Phi Kappa: Pine Burr: Student Council: Basketball (I. 2): Tennis (I. 2): Freshman Counselor. HARRY LEE COOPER NASHVILLE, N. C. Architecture Engineering Engineers ' Council: Beaux Arts. President. WILLIAM FISHER CORBETT WILMINGTON. N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Band: Glee Club: Orchestra. WILSON E. CREWS HAMLET. N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E.: Monogram Club: Tennis (2. 3. 4). Crew HIM ON 3 H1 Page Sixty , +A STATE COLLEGE 4s.. 43 ERNEST VINCENT CRIST. JR. TIMBERVILLE. VA. Biology R. O. T. C. (I. 2. 1). (4). J. FRANK CURRY. A r P LEBANON. TENN. Chemical Engineering Blue Key: Pine Burr: Scabbard and Blade: Golden Chain: Cross Country Team (I. 2): Publications Board Monogram Club: A. I. Ch. E.: Inter-Fraternity Council: Technician Staff (2. 3). Business Manager (4): R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). Captain and Regimental Staff (4). EDWARD HAL CURTIS CLIMAX. N. C. Textile Weaving and Designing R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3.). Lieut. (4): Tompkins Tex tile Society. WILLIAM HOLLAND CUTCHIN FRANKLIN, VA. Animal Husbandry Alpha Zeta: Grange: Ag Club. Curry RTY-SEVEN Page AGROMECK OF 014- Daly Davidson Da:: MACON MOVE DAIL GREENVILLE. N. C. Civil Engineering Mu Beta Psi: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Y. M. C. A.. Vice-President: Freshman Friendship Council: Editor Freshman Handbook: Band: Chairman New Student Committee. NEILL MCLEAN DALRYMPLE JONESBORO. N. C. Textile Manufacturing Phi Psi: Golden Chain. Via•President: Scabbard and Blade: Monogram Club: It. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). Cap. tain (4): Vice•President Senior Class: Baseball (I, 2. 3. 4): Basketball ( I. 2. 3). Captain (4). OWEN A. DALY RALEIGH. N. C. Aeronautical Engineering A. S. M. E.: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2, 3. 4). JERRY WINSLOW DAVIDSON. S X MURPHY. N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E.: Monogram Club: Baseball (I. 2. 3): R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). Lieut. (4). rn z O tat, fitA STATE COLLEGE JAMES WARR EN DAVIS MCKEESPORT. PENN. Forestry Forestry Club. President. PAUL L. DAVIS WAYNESVILLE. N. C. ' Forestry Forestry Club. WILLIAM GERALD DAVIS WAYNESVILLE. N. C. Forestry Alpha Zeta: Forestry Club: Ag Club: Monogram Club: R. O. T. C. (I. 2): Cross Country Team (I. 2. 3. 4). Captain (4): Track (2. 3. 4): Boxing (I. 2). CARL DAWSON DELAMAR DURHAM. N. C. Chemical Engineering Gamma Sigma Epsilon: A. I. Ch. E.: Theta Tau: Editor The SOW htfrt Engineer. Davis P. Davis W Dams THIRTY-SEVEN Page Sixty-three nod ,CV AGROAkECK OF N‘14‘,. JOHN CHARLES DELANE HICKORY. N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E. HENRY DELPHIN CONEY ISLAND. N. Y. Forestry Forestry Club: Football (I): Pinrtunt Staff: Varsity Boxing Manager. HERBERT ROCKWELL DENTON. A K II RAHWAY. N. J. Education Baseball: Student Government; Freshman Friendship Council. SAM DAVIS DEWAR FUQUAY SPRINGS. N. C. Agriculture Education Ag Club. el are Dentw H_Lli ON 3 HI ;yec Page Sixty•iour . A -1 STATE COLLEGE EDWIN HARVIN DICKEY LAURINBORG. N. C. Electrical Engineering A. I. E. JAMES EDWARD DICKINSON. JR. MOORESVILLE N. C. Electrical Engineering Phi Eu Sigma: Tau Sea Pi: Theta Tau: A. I. E Vice-President. MARSHALL DILLING. JR. GASTONIA. N. C. Textile Manufacturing JACK R. DOSSENBACH. LEONIA. N. J. Dairy Manufacturing Alpha Zeta: Blue Key: Ag Club: Grange: Inter•Fra• ' unity Council. President: Boxing (1): Winding (2. 3): AGROMECK Sufi (I): Agriculturist (3): Student Council: Sophomore Dance Committee: Junior-Senior Prom Committee. Dc key Dickinson TH I RTY-S EV EN 141 AGROAkECK OF N‘14fic. Page Sisty-fity %id -1 rn O 70 Durham Edmonson ROBERT JACKSON DRYE OAKBORO. N. C. Agriculture Education Ag Club. RICHARD WRIGHT DUNN. A X A ROCKY MOUNT. N. C. Textile Weaving and Designing Phi Psi: Red M33(11101: Tompkins Textile Society: Young Democratic Club: Technician (2. 3): Cheer Leader (I. 2. 3). Head Cheer Leader (4). DWIGHT WOMBLE DURHAM CARTHAGE. N. C. Chemical Engineering Tau Beta Phi. President: Blue Key: Golden Chain: Pine Burr: Phi Eta Sigma: 30 and 3, President: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: New Student Committee: Tait Beta Pi Scholarship Cop: Phi Kappa Phi Scholarship Medal: Companion of St. Patrick: A. I. Ch. E.: R. O. T. C. (1. 2) Freshman Counselor. RICHARD TYLER EDMONSON. N WASHINGTON. N. C. Industrial Management Inter-Fraternity Council: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2). One Dunn 1;0 Page Sixty-six tv,4 STATE COLLEGE WILLIAM ALFRED EDWARDS DANVILLE. VA. Agriculture Specialist Alpha Zeta: Football (1. 2. 3. 4): Boxing (I. 2. 3. 4); R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). Captain (4). K. JR. ALBEMARLE. N. C. Chemical Engineering ALLEN BENJAMIN ELAM. JR. HIGH POINT. N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing THEODORE ERNST TOMS RIVER. N. J. Alechanical Engineering; Aeronautical Option R. 0. T. C. (I. 2). Edwards Efird THIRTY-SEVEN Pace Sixty-saw, _eV 6 AGROMECK OF t•I‘ t GEORGE S. ESTES WEST ORANGE. N. J. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Sigma Tau Sigma: Pine Burr: Phi Psi. President (4): Scabbard and Blade: Captain, R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). Major (4). HENRY SYLVESTER FALLS, X N FALLSTON, N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Phi Psi. Technician (I): R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). Lieut. (4). JOHN ARTHUR FEATHER, JR.. 41K II New BEDFORD. MASS. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing White Spades: Band: Orchestra. FREDERICK HERBERT FISHER RALEIGH. N. C. Industrial Management Pi Kappa Delta: Delta Sigma Pi: Debate Team. Estes Falls Feather Fisher Page Sin„ right 411 STATE COLLEGE r n z O GRADDY H. FLOYD. JR. FAIRMONT. N. C. Forestry Forestry Club: R. O. T. C. (I. 2. 3). Lieut. (4). ESLEY HOPE FORBES GASTONIA. N. C. Animal Husbandry Lambda Gamma Delta: Ag Club (I. 2. 3. 4): Sec- retary Animal Husbandry Club (4), R. 0. T. C. (I. 2). HENRY FORNERO ORANGE. N. J. Highway Engineering S. C. E. (I. 2. 3. 4). Vice-President (4). WILLIAM LANG FOSTER LITTLETON. N. C. Forestry Forestry Club: Freshman Friendship Council: Sopho- more " Y " Council: Junior-Senior " Y " Cabinet: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2). Forbes Fortier° Foster THIRTY-SEVEN AG ROAk ECK OF Page Snag-nine ALFRED JACKSON FOX TROUTMAN. N. C. Textile Management R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). Lim. (4). CHARLES ALEXANDER FOX ASHEBORO. N. C. Forestry Forestry Club. JENNINGS WATSON FRENCH RALEIGH. N. C. Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E.: Duke University (I. 2): Purdue Uni- versity (3). JAMES WILLIAM PURR. SI. HIGH POINT. N. C. Textile. Chemistry and Dyeing Sigma Tau Sigma; Phi Psi: Pine Burr. Tompkins Textile Society: Student Council: Wrestling (2. 3). A Fax C. Fox French Furr es e, Page Savory Nq STATE COLLEGE CLARENCE STEPHENS GALE. K A RALEIGH. N. C. Construction Engineering Blue Key. President (4): 30 and 3. Vice-President (4): Pine Burr Golden Chain: Scabbard and Blade: The Technician (I. 2). Sports Editor (3). Managing Editor (4): R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. I), Lieut. Colonel (4): A. S. C. E.: A. G. C. JOHN RICHARD GARRABRANT WILMINGTON. N. C. Aeronautical Engineering A. S. M. E.: Southern Engineering (1): Watauga!, (3. 4): R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3. 4): Dormitory Club President (4). WARREN RICHARD GARRETT. II K ROCKINGHAM, N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing WILLIAM DANIEL GASH SWANNANOA. N. C. Forestry Forestry Club. Garrett Cash TH I RTY-SEVEN AGROMECK OF Nvwx,S,C Page Seventy-one Cave Gaylord JOHN GOODWIN GAW, K GREENSBORO. N. C. Mechanical Engineering Golden Chain: Tau Beta Pi: Blue Key. Secretary- Treasurer (4): 30 and 3: Phi Eta Sigma: Pi Kappa Delta: Inter•Fraternity Council: A. S. M. E.: Interna- tional Relations Club: Debate Team: Southern Champion After-Dinner and Extemporaneous Speaker: Southeast- ern Impromptu and Extemporaneous Speaking Champion: State Champion After-Dinner Speaking and Oratory: Chief Marshal for Graduation (3): Junior-Senior Dance Marshal (2): Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: President (4): Davidson College (1). ONWARD JAMES GAYLORD JANESVILLE. N. C. Agriculture Education Sigma Tat, Beta: Ag Club (I. 2. 3. 4). Viet-President (4): R. 0. T. C. (I. 2): Agriculture Education Society (I. 2. 3. 4). President (4): Grange: Basketball (I. 2): Animal Husbandry Club (I. 2): Poultry Science Club (I. 2). JOHN MARSHALL GEITNER. N HICKORY. N. C. Chemical Engineering AMIL JAMES GERLOCK MT. UNION. PENN. Forestry Phi Eta Sigma, President (2): 30 and 3: Alpha Zeta: Ag Club: Forestry Club: Football 0 : Basketball (I. 2. 3. 4); Chairman Sophomore Rush Committee: Chair- man Junior Ring Committee: President Freshman Class: R. O. T. C. (I. 2. 3. 4). Lieut. (4). Cotner Cerkxk Celc Page Seventy-two 41 STATE COLLEGE GEORGE GLEN Gm NEW PHILADELPHIA. OHIO Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E.. Secretary-Treasurer (4): Life Saving Corps (I. 2. 3. 4): Swimming Team (1. 2. 3. 4): Monogram Club (3. 4): R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). Ad- jutant. Captain (4). FRANK BYRON GIBSON. H K GIBSON. N. C. Animal Husbandry Specialist Ag Club. EFFIE LILLIAN GILLESPIE CARY. N. C. High School Teaching THOMAS GORDON GOAD. 3 S E RALEIGH. N. C. Mechanical Engineering Blue Key: Scabbard and Blade: A. S. M. E.. Vice- President (4): Publications Board: Boxing (I. 3): We- toucan (2. 3). Business Manager (4): White Spades (2. 3. 4): R. 0. T. C. (1. 2. 3). Captain (4). Getz C.bsou Grespie TH I RTY-SEVEN Page Seventy-three Z.V AGROMECK OF N‘t Gore Griffin FREDERICK CORDON GORE. A X A WELDON% N. C. Chemical Engineering Blue Key: 30 and 3; Engineers Council. President (4): Student Council (3. 4): A. I. Ch. E.. Vice-Presi- dent (4); Band (I. 2. 3): Golden Chain: Wrestling (I): Chairman Junior-Senior Prom: Chairman 30 and 3 Dance (3): Chairman Homecoming Dance (4): Pmi- dent Sophomore Class: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3. 4). Cap- tain (4): Social Functions Committee. JAMES H. GRIFFIN ASHEVILLE. N. C. Forestry Forestry Club (1. 2. 3): R. O. T. C. (I. 2. 3. 4). Lieut. (4): Ag Club (I. 2. 3. 4): Football (I. 2. 3). EDMONDS L. GUERRANT WINSTON-SALEM. N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. (2. 3. 4). Secretary (4): Red Masques (2). Technical Director (3. 4): R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3. 4). Lima (4). MANUE DOROTHALEEN HALES RALEIGH. N. C. High School Teaching Sigma Pi Alpha: Senior Representative of Women ' s Student Body (4): Transfer from Pent Junior College. Cuerrant Hates H_Lti ON 3 H.1 STATE COLLEGE MORRIS HALPERIN BALTIMORE. MARYLAND Industrial Engineering I. E. S.. Secretary-Treasurer (4); R. 0. T. C. (I. 2). JOHN HENRY HARRIS SILER CITY. N. C. Landscape Architecture Alpha Zeta: Beaux Society: Ag Club: R. 0. T. C. (1. 2). JOHN JAMES HASSELL. JR. ROPER. N. C. Chemical Engineering A. 1. Ch. E.. Treasurer (4). NICHOLAS HAMILTON HAYDEN YOUNGSTOWN. OHIO High School Teaching Monogram Club: Football (1. 2. 3. 4): R. 0. T. (1. 2. 3. 4). Lieut. (4). Halpern Harris Hassell Hayden H_Lki ON 3 1-11 Heilman Hein Helizel EDWIN JOHN HERMAN, III, X 42 E PHOENIXVILLE. PENN. Textile Management Phi Psi: Tompkins Textile Society: White Spades: Glee Club (I. 2): R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3. 4): Boxing (I, 2): Cross Country (2. 3). ALBERT FREDERICK HEIN NEW YORK OTT Forestry Forestry Club: Football (I): Wrestling (I. 2. 3. 4). R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3, 4). JOHN BEAN HELTZEL WARDENSVILLE. WEST VA. Forestry Forestry Club. Secretary (4): Ag Club: Y. M. C. A. (I): Pentium (3. 4). Business Manager (4): Agricul- turist (3. 4). Managing Editor (4): R. 0. T. C. (1. 2. 3, 4), Lieut. (4): Publications Board. EDWIN HARGROVE HERITAGE RALEIGH. N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E. Heritage Se nty six +A STATE COLLEGE GEORGE HARMAN HERRING GOLDSBORO. N. C. Agronomy Grange: Ag Club. JOHN CHARLES HINES ROWLAND. N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E. THOMAS IRA HINES WINSTON-SALEM. N. C. High School Teaching Kappa Phi Kappa. Secretary (4): Life Saving Corps (4): Monogram Club (2. 3. 4). Secretary (4): Cross Country (I. 2. 3): Baseball (I. 2. 3. 4). MARINUS HOEK WEST SAYVILLE. I. I.. NEW YORK High School Teaching and Physical Education Monogram Club: Track (I. 2): Football (I. 2. 3). Herring J. Hines T Hines Hoek Page AGROMECK OF Isn TH I RTY-SEV EN Honer Hollcway WRATT B. HOLEMAN OXFORD. N. C. Industrial Management JOHN STEPHEN HOLLAMON FARMVILLE. N. C. Animal Husbandry Alpha Zeta: Animal Husbandry Club: Ag Club. Sec- ram (3). DAN F. HOLLER UNION MILLS. N. C. Agriculture Ag Club. President (4): Grange (I. 2. 3. 4). Sec- retary (3). Treasurer (4): Ag Fair (3. 4): R. 0. T. C (I. 2). VIRGIL LEE HOLLOWAY SIOUX. N. C. Education Ag Club: Grange: Track Team (3. 4): Rine Team (3. 4): Monogram Club. Holtman HoHanson H_LIJON 3 HI Seventy-eight 74 STATE COLLEGE ROBIN POPE HOOD RALEIGH. N. C. Industrial Management Band (I. 2. 3. 4): Yellow Dogs: Mu Beta Psi ( I. 2. 3. 4). Treasurer (4): R. 0. T. C. Band (I. 2. 3. 4). Lieut. (4). EUGENE STEDMAN HORNEY GREENSBORO. N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Sigma Tau Sigma: American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists. Vice-President (4): R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3. 4). Lieut. (4). JOSEPH NORFLEET HOWARD GREENSBORO. N. C. Horticulture Ag Club: Horticulture Club: Grange. MALCOLM THEODORE HOWELL GREENSBORO. N. C. Industrial Arts Yellow Dogs (I): Glee Club (I). Hood Homey Hov...•d Howell THOMAS MCCLASKEY HOWERTON. JR. ASHEVILLE. N. C. Forestry Forestry Club: Football (2. 3): R. 0. T. C. (2. 3). SAMUEL M. HULAK BURGAW. N. C. Chemical Engineering Theta Tau: A. I. Ch. E.: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3. 4). HARVEY BRADFORD HUNTER, JR. CHARLOTTE. N. C. Agriculture Alpha Zeta: Ag Club. President (4): Freshman Coun- cilor. JOHN WESLEY HUNTER WILMINGTON. N. C. Mechanical Engineering; Aeronautical Engineering Swimming (1. 2). ran z flower Ion liulak Hunter H. litmter Page Eighty . ni STATE COLLEGE Hun! !Fine WILBERT F. HUNTLEY MONROE. N. C. Chemical Engineering Y. M. C. A.: A. I. Ch. E. PETER IHRIE. JR.. N ROCK HILL. S. C. Textile Weaving and Designing Blue Key; Phi Psi: Scabbard and Blade: Monogram Club: Tompkins Textile Society: Publications Board: Golden Chain. Treasurer (4): Cross Country (I): AGROMECK (I. 2. 3). Editor (4): Manager Basketball (I). Freshman Manager (2. 3): R. O. T. C. (I. 2. 3). Lieut. (4): Junior-Senior Marshal (2). EDWARD J. JASKWHICH KFNOSHA. WIS. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Tompkins Textile Society: Football (I. 2. 3. 4): Basketball (I). CLARKSTON E. JOHNSON LIBERTY. N. C. Textile Manufacturing Sigma Tau Sigma: Phi Psi: Tompkins Textile So- ciety: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2). C TH IRTY-SEVEN Page Eighty -one 4 AGROMECK OF N“.‘ FRANCIS JOSEPH JOHNSON RALEIGH. N. C. Civil Engineering Sigma Pi Alpha. President (4): A. I. E. E.; A. S. C. E.: Track (1. 2. 3. 4): Football (1): Basketball (3. 4): It. 0. T. C. (I. 2). Major (3). Assistant Instruc- tor (4): University of Maryland. JAMES MELTON JOHNSON PrnsBoRo. N. C. Chemical Engineering JOHN EARLE JOHNSON NEW BEDFORD. MASS. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Phi Psi. WOODROW WILSON JONES, A A T GREENSBORO. N. C. Textile Management Scabbard and Blade: Inter-Fraternity Council. Tomp- kins Textile Society: Military (I. 2. 3). Lieut. (4): Manager Varsity Basketball (3); Wataugen (2. 3). F. Johnson has. ohnscn John Johnson rn z O Page Eighty Iwo STATE COLLEGE Jones • RAYMOND WHITEARD JORDAN MILTON. N. Industrial Engineering Delta Sigma Pi: Scabbard and Blade: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3. 4). Captain (4). HERBERT KIRSCHNER BROOKLYN. N. Y. Education Kappa Phi Kappa: Monogram Club: R. 0. T. C. (1. 2. 3. 4): Football (I. 2. 3. 4). FRANK KUBISA W. BABYLON. L. I.. N. Y. Physical Education Football (I. 2. 3. 4). GEORGE JOHN KURFEHS. JR. JERSE Y CITY. N. J. Civil Engineering Monogram Club: A. S. C. E.: Swimming Team (I. 2. 3. 4). Ktb sa Kurfehs Kir,:nner AGROMECK OF 014 THIRTY-SEVEN Page Er rbree DUNCAN MACRAE LAMB BALTIMORE. MD. Chemical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma: Gamma Sigma Epsilon: A. I. Ca. E. CARL FREDERICK LANGE MELROSE PARK. PENN. Chemical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma: Gamma Sigma Epsilon: Tau Beta Pi: Pine Burr: A. I. Ch. E.: Theta Tau: Tennis (I. 2): R. O. T. C. (I. 2. 3. 4). JERROLD A. LARDIERI NEWARK. N. Industrial Management WADE THOMAS LEARY EDENTON. N. C. Geology Scabbard and Blade: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). Captain (4). Larder! Leary Page Eighty-four 41 STATE HORACE MORGAN LECONEY ASHEVILLE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E.: Swimming; Boxing. JOEL Titus LEE DUNN. N. C. High School Teaching R. 0. T. C. (1. 2. 3. 4). RICHARD HUGH LEWIS DARTMOUTH, MASS. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E.; Baseball (3). LUTHER CALVIN LILES. JR. WENDEL. N. C. Agriculture Education Ag Club: Grange: R. O. T. C. (I. 2). LeCerwr Lee Lewis L THIRTY-SEVEN Page Eighty-five AGROMECK OF Loom s Lovelace MacKay n O I es Page STATE COLLEGE WAYLAND EVERETT LOOMIS BLCOMF I ELD. CONN. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E.: Companion of St. Patrick: Freshman Counselor. NATHANIEL FLOURNOY LOVELACE MACCLESFIELD. N. C. Civil Engineering JOHN HUGH MACKAY CLAYTON. N. J. Architectural Engineering Beaux-Arts: Cross Country Team (3): Freshman Friendship Council. PERCY WILLIAM MALPASS DELCO. N. C. Construction Engineering MARVIN WAYNE MANGUM MONROE. N. C. Agriculture Education WILLIAM ROSSER MANN WIIITAKERS. N. C. Aeronautical Engineering Scabbard and Blade: A. S. M. E.: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2 3. 4): Monogram Club: Glee Club: Freshman Friend- ship Council; Tennis (2). FRANCIS S. MARTIN HENDERSON, N. C. Textile Manufacturing Yellow Dogs: Tompkins Textile Society Band: Rifle Team (I. 2. 3. 4): R. O. T. C. (I. 2). RALPH HAMILTON MARTIN APEX. N. C. Textile Weaving and Designing Tompkins Textile Society: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3. 4). Mangum Mann F Ma•n R. Martin ' sr TH I RTY-SEV EN Pagc X C AGROMECK OF N -14 1-1111 ON 3 HI FRANCIS EARL MASK GREENSBORO, N. C. Chemical Engineering Gamma Sigma Epsilon; A. I. Ch. E.: Southern En- gineer, Business Manager. ROGER J. MASSA BELLAIRE, OHIO High School Teaching Monogram Club. Football (I. 2. 3. 4). CHARLES MORRIS MATTHEWS, A I ' P ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Forestry Phi Eta Sigma, Vice-President (2): 30 and 3: Pine Burr. President (4): Blue Key: Golden Chain: Ag Club (I. 2. 3. 4): Forestry Club (I. 2. 3. 4): Secretary and Vice-President (2): Alpha Zeta (2, 3, 4): Cross Coun• try (I): Pinetum (I, 2): Editor (3. 4): Agriculturist (2): Technician (I. 2): News Editor (3): Publica- tions Board (3. 4): Social Function (3. 4): Student Government (2. 3): Vice-President (4). JOSEPH ANGUS MATTHEWS SOUTHERN PINES, N. C. Forestry C Ma: thews J. Matthews 7? Page Eighty•eight STATE COLLEGE JOSEPH MATYS CLIFTON. NEW JERSEY Forestry Ag Club: Forestry Club: Grange: Football (I). BEN H. MAYFIELD MURPHY. N. C. Forestry Boxing (3. 4): Forestry Club (3. 4): Ag Club (3. 4): Lin coln Memorial University (1): Western Caro- lina Teachers College (2). FRANK DUPREE MAYFIELD MURPHY. N. C. Forestry Forestry Club: Lincoln Memorial University: Western Carolina Teachers College. HARRY LEE MCDOWELL. II K A SCOTLAND NECK. N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E.: University of North Carolina (1. 2). Malys B. Mayfield F Mayfiefd Mt-D. owell Page Eighty-nine AGROMECK OF RTY-S EV EN CHARLES JAMES MCCALLUM, JR. ROWLAND, N. C. Agriculture Economics Ag Club: Agriculture Economics Club: R. 0. T. C. (1. 2): Grange. JOHN LAURENCE MCLAUGHLIN GLOUCESTER, MASS. Ceramic Engineering Phi Eta Sigma: Kel11110S: A. C. S. (2. 3. 4). Secre- tary (1): Red Masquert: Engineers Council: Mono- gram Club: Football (I); Wrestling (I. 2. 3. 4). CLARENCE BROUGHTON MCSWAIN DALLAS, N. C. Chemical Engineering Gamma Sigma Epsilon: A. I. Ch. E.: Wrestling (I. 2. 3. 4): R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3. 4s, MARVIN HESTER MEEKINS WANCHESE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Wrestling (4): R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3, 4): Monogram Club; A. S. M. E. McSwan Meekins Faye Ninny 1 STATE COLLEGE H_Lti ON 3 HI TH I RTY-SEV EN R MC41fOC V. ' W.Gorce Page Ninety One AG ROAk ECK OF “4 HENRY MOORE MIDDLETON WARSAW. N. C. Textile Manufacturing Tompkins Textile Society. THOMAS ROBERT MOIR WAI.KERTOWN. N. C. Textile Manufacturing Phi Psi. RAYMOND MONROE. JR. LAURINBLIRG, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E.: Wrestling (2. 3): Presbyterian Junto: College. WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER MONROE COUNCIL. N. C. General Agriculture Ag Cluh: Midderon Moir G. A. MOORE RALEIGH, N. C. Industrial Management ROBERT HALL MORRISON, K A CHARLOTTE. N. C. Chemical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma: 30 and 3: Pint Burr: Scabbard and Blade: Blue Key: Golden Chain. Secretary (4): Tau Beta Pi: Publications Board (3. 4): Student Council (2): Inter-Fraternity Council (3): A. I. Ch. E. (I. 2. 3. 4): Technician (I. 2, 3). Editor (4): Chairman Sophomore Dance Committee: Junior-Senior Prom Com- mittee: Junior-Senior Prom Marshal (2); Freshman Clan Secretary and Treasurer: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). Staff Captain (4): Companion of St. Patrick. HENRY ARTHUR NADING, JR. WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. Chemical Engineering R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3. 4): Freshman Friendship Coun- cil: New Student Committee: Monogram Club: Tennis (I. 2. 3). Captain (4). JOHN ORR NEIKIRK CHARLOTTE, N. C. Textile Manufacturing Tompkins Textile Society: Y. M. C. A.; Debate Team. Nailing Neikirk rs lo• CaI,0 Page Ninety-two r Al STATE COLLEGE ft.2 LEONARD DORSEY NELSON. A A T WASHINGTON. N. C. Industrial Management MARVIN ELSMER NESBITT FLETCHER. N. C. Agriculture Education Ag Club: Grange. ANTRINE M. NICHOLS RALEIGH, N. C. Chemistry Woman ' s Student Government. Treasurer (1). ROBERT LAWRENCE NICHOLSON GRAHAM. N. C. Forestry Forestry Club: Ag Club: Y. M. C. A. Nelsen Nesbitt Who ' s Nicholson THIRTY-SEVEN AGROMECK OF Sl‘t‘ Page Ninety-three 1 a Norm n ROGER ATKINSON NORMAN. H K A BATH, N. C. Industrial Engineering S. I. E.: Engineers Council. Secretary: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2): Boxing (I. 2. 3): Cross Country (4). GEORGE THOMAS NOULLES A I ' P WILSON. N. C. Chemical Engineering Technician; University of North Carolina. JOHN WILLIAM OGLETREE • ROANOKE RAPIDS, N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Phi Psi: Y. M. C. A. (I. 2. 3). Treasurer (4): Wrestling (I): Business Manager of Freshman Handbook. MARGARET JETER OWEN RALEIGH, N. C. High School Teaching Woman ' s Student Government (3. 4). President (4): Alpha Mu Sorority (2. 3): Phi Epsilon (I. 2. 3). Owen rn z 0 70 er Page Ninety-four STATE COLLEGE MARION CHERIQNY PALMER TRYON, N. C. Horticulture Specialist Monogram Club: Golf Club (1. 2. 3. 4). WILLIAM RILEY PALMER CLYDE. N. C. Animal Husbandry Ag Club: Animal Husbandry Club: Brewed College. RALPH L. PARKER. X is E N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Phi Psi: R. 0. T. C. (2. 3). JAMES HARVEY PAYNE ALBION, N. Y. Animal Husbandry Glee Club: Grange: Ag Club: R. 0. T. C. (I). Parker Page Ninety-five AGROMECK OF Sin M. Palmer W. Palmer J.Parle MARSHALL BRANDON PAYNE KANNAPOLIS, N. C. Textile Manufacturing Phi Psi: Sigma Tau Sigma. CECIL ARTHUR PENDLETON ROANOKE RAPIDS. N. C. Textile Manufacturing Tompkins " Emile Society: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3): Major (4). GLENN ELMER PENLAND ASHEVILLE, N. C. Textile Weaving and Designing International Relations Club: Monogram Club: R. 0. T. C. (I, 2): Boxing (I. 2. 1. 4). EDWARD JAMES PHIBBS. JR. HIGH POINT. N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3. 4): A. A. C. C.: Tompkins Textile Society: Freshman Baseball (I). M Payne Pendleton Penland yn r STATE COLLEGE FRANK NEWTON PHILLIPS HAMLET. N. C. Construction Engineering President A. G. C. A.: Secretary and Treasurer A. S. C. E.; Member Engineers Council. JESSE RANDOLPH PINKHAM WASHINGTON. N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. RUSSELL LEE POTEET BRAMWELL. W. VA. Chemical Engineering Pine Burr: Mu Beta Psi: Band (I. 2. 3); Glee Club (I. 2): A. 1. Ch. E. (I. 2. 3. 4). President (I. 4): Engineers Council (4): R. 0. T. C. (I. 2). JAMES FRANCIS POWELL RALEIGH. N. C. H. S. T. and Physical Ed. Football (I. 2. 3). Phillips Pinkkam Potem RTY-S EV EN Page AGROMECK OF 0 4 C Yr CLYDE MALLONEE RAMSAY RALEIGH, N. C. Construction Engineering A. G. C.: A. S. C. E. ELWOOD LEE REED RALEIGH. N. C. Construction Engineering A. S. C. E.: Freshman Counselor. WALTER WAGNER RABB LENOIR. N. C. High School Teaching Kappa Phi Kappa; Basketball (3. 4): Baseball (3. 4). A. ALEX REGDON HOMESTEAD. PENN. High School Teaching Football (I. 2. 3. 4): Boxing (I. 2. 3. 4). Captain (4): Monogram Club: N. C. S. Life Saving Corps. Rabb Ramsay O A STATE COLLEGE Reed Regden rn O RICHARD EARLE RETGEW ALTAMAHAW. N. C Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Sigma TAU Sigma: Monogram Club: Tompkins Tex- tile Society: A. A. Cb. C.: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 1. 4): Swimming (I. 2. 3. 4). T. RICHARDSON TURBFVILIS. VA. Agriculture Economics Baseba ll (I. 2. 1): Wrestling (I): R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3. 4). SOLOMON GRAHAM RIGGS, JR. RALEIGH. N. C. Ceramic Engineering Mu Beta Psi: Keramos: Boxing ( I) : R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 5, 4): Glee Club: A. C. S.: Yellow Dogs. HERBERT OLAF ROACH LowELL. N. C. Forestry Forestry Club. Roiew Richardson Riggs h Page Sinetv•nine TH I RTY-SEV EN 4 AGROMECK OF SI‘t‘ Ryneska Russel Robcrls Ross FRANK TEDDER ROBERTS MOUNT GILEAD. N. C. Animal Husbandry GEORGE ROMULUS Ross. JR., K RALEIGH. N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. Li.: R. 0. T. C. (1. 2. 3). Lion. (4). CARROLL F. RUSSELL HUBERT. N. C. Forestry JOSEPH F. RYNESKA AMESBURY. MASS. Industrial Management Scabbard and Blade: Monogram Club: Boxing (I. 2): Football (I. 2. 3. 4): R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). Major (4). H rn z O One Hundred STATE COLLEGE ea) CHARLES ASHLEY BYTHER. 0 K N CARTHAGE. N. Y. Industrial Management Scabbard and Blade: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3. 4): Stu- dent Council (I, 2. 3. 4): Red Masquers (1. 2): Technician (I. 2. 3). A. F. SARROCCO NEWARK. N. J. Industrial Management MAX DILLING SAUNDERS. 11 GASTONIA. N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E.: Inter-Fraternity Council (3. 4). Vice. President (4): R. 0. T. C. (I. 2). PHILIP BARTON SCALES. II, II K A RALEIGH. N. C. Industrial Engineering S. I. E.. President (4): Engineers Council (3. 4). Treasurer (4): Golf (1. 2. 3. 4). Captain (4); Band (I. 2. 3). Drum Major (2. 3) : Yellow Dogs. Ryther Sarrocco Saunders Scales Page One Hundred One 411 AGROMECK OF lesnlig TH I RTY-SEV EN HARTWELL VICK SCARBOROUGH. JR. MACON. N. C. Electrical Engineering Theta Tau: Pine Burr: A. I. E. E.. President (4): Engineers ' Council (4). Vice-President (4). JACK MORRIS SCHANDLER, H tit ASHEVILLE. N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Tompkins Textile Society: Boxing (3): Biltmore College. HAROLD M. SCHROCK SOMERSET. PA. Construction Engineering Phi Eta Sigma: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3. 4): A. G. C.: A. S. C. E.. President (4): Engineers Council. HELEN MONTEITH SCOTT GREENWICH. CONN. High School Teaching Red Masquers (2. 3. 4). Secretary (4): I. R. C.: Women ' s Student Government: Technician (3. 4): Dan• bury Normal. Scarborough Scha-vi ' ar Schrock Page One Hundred Two STATE COLLEGE JESSE DARDEN SEWELL MURFREESBORO. N. C. Electrical Engineering A. I. E. : Rifle Team (2. 3). Captain (4): South- ern Engineer: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). Lint. (4). THOMAS THADDEUS SHORT N. C. Electrical Engineering Theta Tau: A. I. E. E. ROBERT IVEY SIMKINS GOLDSBORO. N. C. Construction Engineering A. G. C.: A. S. C. E.. Treasurer (4): R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3. 4): Freshman Friendship Council. GERALD FREMONT SIMMONS PAWLING. N. Y. Electrical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma: A. I. E. E.: Cross Country (I): R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). Lieut. (4). Sewell Shen Simkins Simmons Page One Hundred Three TH I RTY-SEVEN AGROMECK OF Slccunt Speer Smith R Smith Page One Hundred Four STATE COLLEGE rn z O CHARLES DEWEY SLOCUMB. K A GOLDSBORO. N. C. Textiles WILLIAM AARON SPEER BOOSva.t.E. N. C. Mechanical Engineering Thu Beta Pi: A. S. M. E. JAMES MILTON SMITH. 5 N HICKORY. N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E.; Manager Vanity Tennis. ROY STEWART SMITH CHARLOTTE. N. C. Mechanical Engineering • ODELL WILSON SMOTHERS WINSTON-SALEM. N. C. Industrial Management Monogram cob (2. 1. 4): Football (I. 2. 3. 41 R. O. T. C. (I. 2. 3): Staff (4). DAVID ROSCOE SOUTHERLAND GOLDSBORO, N. C. Industrial Management EDWIN SAMUEL SPAINHOUR WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. Electrical Engineering A. 1. E. E.: University of North Carolina (I. 2). MARVIN BRUCE SPENCE KINSTON. N. C. Industrial Management R. 0. T. C. (I. 2). Soainhour Spence At AGROMECK OF Page One Hundred Floe LOUIS PHILLIP SPITALNIK NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. Forestry JAMES MCGEE STEPHENSON RALEIGH, N. C. Chemical Engineering R. 0. Fr C. (I. 2. 3. 4): A. I. Ch. E. R. W. STEPHENSON SEVERN. N. C. Chemical Engineering JAMES CLYDE STEPP. Ii HICKORY, N. C. Textile Manufacturing Sigma Tau Sigma: Phi Psi: Tompkins Textile Society: I.enoir Rhyne (I. 2). Spita:rkk J. Stephenson R Stephenson rn Page One Hundred Six ' V A ri STATE COLLEGE Teener Teague TH I RTY-SEVEN CHARLES ROY STINNETTE ASHEVILLE. N. C. Chemistry Gamma Sigma Epsilon: Pine Burr: Sigma PM Alpha: I. R. C.. President (3) : Red Masque ' s: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3): Lieut. (4): Y. M. C. A. Executive Cabinet: Monogram Club: Cross Country (3): Wataugan. Feat- ure Editor (4). WARREN VERNON TARKENTON. A X B NORFOLK, VIRGINIA Biology Inter-Fraternity Council: R. 0. T. C. (1. 2. 3. 4). JAMES RICKERT TEAGUE. HICKORY, N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E.: I. R. C. ROBERT HENRY TEETER CHARLOTTE, N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing A. A. T. C. C.: Tompkins Textile Society: Yellow Dogs. Stinnette Tarkenton 4 AGROMECK OF 01441 4 Page One Hundred Seuft7 Ternp:e:on Terrell ALFRED JONES TEMPLETON. JR.. 0 K N RALEIGH. N. C. Industrial Management Delia Sigma Pi: I. R. C.: Band (I. 2, 3. 4): Yellow Dogs: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2). WILLIAM SOLOMON TERRELL. III MAUNA, N. C. Chemical Engineering Theta Tau. Vice President (4): Baseball (I): Cross 3). Manager (4): R. O. T. C. (I. 2. 3). I ALBERT LOUIS THOMAS HYDE. MARYLAND Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E.: University of North Carolina (I. 2). JOSEPH NATHAN THOMPSON BLACK CREEK. N. C. Agriculture Specialist Lambda Gamma Della: Ag Fair Committee. Chairman (4): R. 0. T. C. (I. 2). homas J Thompson te O STATE COLLEGE Page One Hundred Eight RICHARD MONROE THOMPSON MT. HOLLY. N. C. Education Football (I. 2. 3. 4): Wrestling (I. 2. 3. 4): Mono- gram Club. WILLIS H. THOMPSON RALEIGH. N. C. Industrial Management VINCENT ASHFORD THORPE WILMINGTON, N. C. Chemical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma: Gamma Sigma Epsilon: Tau Beta Pi; Pine Burr: A. I. Ch. •.: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2): Student Government (2): Rifle Team (I): Companion of St. Patrick: Commencement Marshal (3). KENNETH RAY TORRANS WARSAW, N. C. Textile Weaving and Designing Tompkins Textile Society: R. 0. T. C. (1. 2). R Thcmpson W. Then.Wo Thorpe Torrans TH I RTY-SEV EN Page One Hundred Nine A AGROMECK OF Psn 4- LLOYD WILLIAM TROXLER ELON COLLEGE, N. C. Forestry R. O. T. C. (I. 2. 3). Captain (4): Glee Club (I. 2. 3. 4): Forestry Club: Ag Club: Yellow Dogs: Wrest- ling (I. 2. 3.). Co-Captain (4). CHARLES MCNEILLE TURNER REIDSVII.LE. N. C. Animal Husbandry Ag Club: Animal Husbandry CIA. WINGATE HOWARD UNDERHILL WENDELL. N. C. Textile Weaving and Designing THOMAS OWEN VARNER WHITTIER. N. C. Agricultural Education Underhill Varner rn rs Ws. l ' age One Hundred STATE COLLEGE CECIL EXUM VIVERETTE SHARESBURG, N. C. Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E.: Engineers ' Council: Band (I. 2. 3. 4): Concert Orchestra (I. 2. 3. 4). FRITZ B. WAGOR NUNDA, N. Y. Construction Engineering THOMAS SORRELLE WALLER RALEIGH, N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Phi Psi: Tompkins Textile Society. CHARLES CALDWELL WARE. A I ' P WILSON. N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Tompkins Textile Society: A. A. T. C. C.: Life Saving Corps. Wtrette Wagor Waller Ware THIRTY-SEVEN Lv AGROMECK OF N‘0 Page One Hundred Eleven PAUL WILLIAM WARLICK, X E ASHEVILLE, N. C. Forestry 30 and 3: Forestry Club: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3): Staff (4); Wataugan (I): AGROMECK (2). E. HESTER WARREN KERNERSVILLE. N. Textile Manufacturing Sigma Tau Sigma: Phi Psi: Tompkins Textile Society: Scabbard and Blade: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3. 4). JAMES HUBERT WARREN. A X A WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. Chemical Engineering 30 and 3: Monogram Club: A. I. Ch. E.: Life Saving Corps: AGROMECK (I. 2). Assistant Business Manager (3): Manager Football (3): R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). Lieut. (4). LEWIS BENTON WEBB, A X A MOUNT AIRY, N. C. Chemical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma: Gamma Sigma Epsilon: Pine Burr: A. I. Ch. E. J. Warren Webb 0 Pave One Hundred Twelve " STATE COLLEGE rn z 0 JOHN WILLIAM WELTMAN WENDELL. N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing WILLIAM HARDIN WHEELER. JR.. CHARLOTTE. N. C. _Forestry Alpha Zeta: Forestry Club. Treasurer (4): Track Team (3): Staff Pinetum. ALPHEUS WRAY WHITE. JR.. RALEIGH. N. C. Chemical Engineering A. S. C. 3.: Band (1. 2. 3. 4); Yellow Dogs: Com- panion of St. Patrick. RALPH HENRY WHITLARK. A A T TARFSORO. N. C. Chemical Engineering Inter-Fraternity Council: A. I. Ch. E.: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3. 4): Manager Basketball (4). White Whi:lark wertman Whee!er Page One Hundred Thirteen AGROMECK OF THIRTY-SEVEN Whitton Weldor EDWARD LAWSON WHITTON. K A CHARLOTTE. N. C. Construction Engineering A. G. C.: Swimming (2. 3. 4). Captain (4). HENRY LAWLER WILDER, JR. PAMPA, TEXAS Textile Manufacturing Sigma Tau Sigma: Phi Psi: Mu Beta Psi: Concert Band: Yellow Dogs: Tompkins Textile Society: It 0. T. C. (2, 3). EUGENE KELLOWAY WILLIAMS WILMINGTON, N. C. Chemical Engineering R. O. T. C. (I. 2). WINFRED LEE WILLIAMS MARSIIVILLE. N. C. Agricultural Education F W. Will tarns r C Page One Hundred Fourteen STATE COLLEGE ROBERT LEE WILLIS VALE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E.: R. O. T. C. (I. 2): Freshman Friend- ship Council. THOMAS WOODROW WILSON FALLSTON, N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E.: University of North Carolina. GORDON WINLOCK FORT BRAGG, N. C. High School Teaching Sigma Pi Alpha. • JESSE ROBERT WOMBLE, a : ROCKY Mourcr. N. C. Industrial Chemistry Band: Orchestra: Glee Club: Yellow Dogs. WinIcc k Wilhs Wilson THIRTY-SEVEN 4 • AGROMECK OF t Page One Hundred Fifteen MILTON J. WOOD WALLACE, N. C. Agriculture Economics FRANK LEON WOODARD HAYESVILLE, N. C. Forestry Pine Burr: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2): Ag Club: Forestry Club: Rolle° Chairman (1): Pintrum Managing Editor (3). JOSEPH PERSON WOODARD KENLY. N. C. Animal Husbandry Alpha Zeta. President (4): Grange: Ag Club: Vim. President Ag Pair. WOODROW WILSON WOODARD WINTERVILLE. N. C. Aeronautical Engineering Life Saving Corps: R. 0. T. C. (3. 4): Swimming (3. 1): East Carolina Ttaelxrs College (I. 2). F J. Woodard W. Woodard Page One Hundred Sixteen STATE COLLEGE AGROMECK OF Page One Hundred Seventeen TH I RTY-SEVEN THOMAS WOODROW YARBOROUGH JONESBORO, N. C. Poultry Specialist Ag Club. JOE ERNEST YATES STONY POINT. N. C. Chemistry Man Hill College ' 35. JOHN LEWIS YELVERTON, JR., I t E STANTONBURG, N. C. Agriculture Specialist White Spades: Grange: Ag Club: Yellow Dogs: Ani- mal Husbandry Club: Glee Club: Red Masquers. Yekerton Yarbrough Yates 1937 LINKS NEIL DALRYMPLE HALL MORRISON CLARENCE GALE JACK GAW DWIGHT DURHAM REIF BLACKBURN PETER IHRIE FRANK CURRIE LLOYD BROWN JACK DOSSENBACH CHARLES MATTHEWS FRED GORE HONORARY LINK COL. BRUCE MAGRUDER SENIOR HONORARY Golden Chain. Senior Honorary Society was established in May. 1926. Twelve Juniors considered the most outstanding leaders of their class are added to the Chain by a tapping ceremony conducted around the traditional sun-dial at the Memorial Tower. This usually takes place in May of each year. The underlying purpose for which this society was founded is to pro- mote better leadership and citizenship on the campus. Jammu puo tuapnakpasm AilSIVIN ' a NNY17) 3 or n Juspyam NOSN011g ARNOLD S. ABRAHAMS . New York. N. Y. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. R.: Football (1. 2). LEWIS HARRY ABRAHAM Portsmouth. Va. Aeronautical Engineering Pine Burr; A. S. IL E.: Young Democrats Club. STEPHEN ACAI Donora. Penn. High School Teaching Football (3); Military 0). GLENN COOPER ALEXANDER Matthews. N. C. Poultry CLAUDE WISLER ALLEN Sanford. N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing R. 0. T. C. (. 2. 3). ROBERT FRANCIS ANTON Portsmouth. Va. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. LOUIS HUMBERT ASBURY, JR. Charlotte. N. C. Architectural Engineering F-nxineere Council; Beaux Art$ Satiety: Smirker. Engineer. JOE HOUGH ASHCRAFT X X .. Charlotte. N. C. Dairy Manufacturing R. 0. T. C. (I. 2, 3); Intcr.Fraternity Council. JAMES WOODROW ATKINSON ... ... Selma. N. C. Agriculture Economics As Club; Grange; R. 0. T. C. Cl. 2. 3): Au F.eonomitt Club. WILLIAM ANDERSON BANKS . Louisburg. N. C. General Agricteture MOSES JESSE BARBER H K 6 Charlotte. N. C. Textiles HUGS DOAK BARDEN Orrum. N. C. Forestry Ax Club: Fre-bman Friendship Council; Literary Society, Page One Hundred Twenty 41 STATE COLLEGE WILLIAM R. BOLLENDORP A r P Forestry GEORGE LAFAYETTE BONEY. JR. Textiles Wallace. N. C. Camp Hill. Penn. GEORGE E. BAUCOM Raleigh. N. C. Textiles CHARLES HOBERT BEAM Lawndale. N. C. Agriculture Education Football (1, 2): Basketball (1); Baseball (I). CHARLES A. BEDDOW, JR. A X A Stamford. Conn. Architectural Engineering Football (1); Seaman( (1); R. 0. T. C. (1. 2). WILLIAM MCGRAGOR BELL K A Windsor. N. C. Industrial Management CONNIE MAC BERRY Spartanburg. S. C. Textiles Football (I, 2, 3,); Basketball Cl. 2, 3); Baseball (1. 2. 3): R. 0. T. C. (1. 2, 3); Tompkins Textile Society. ERNEST BEVERLY 11 K A Laurinburg. N. C. Forestry Baseball (I, 3)• BLAND H. BIGGS Rockingham. N. C. Textile Manufacturing ROBERT S. BLACKWOOD A r P....South Portland. Me. Electrical Engineering Glee Club; A. 2. E. R.; Mu Beta Psi; Tetticitto Sta. GEORGE RICKS BOBBM, JR. Nashville. N. C. Industrial Management PAUL GARVIN BODWELL Raleigh. N. C. Electrical Engineering A. 1. F... E. H.111 ON 3 HI LUKE WRIGHT BONET. JR. Wallace. N. C. Textile Manufacturing Tompkins Textiles Society. SYDNOR JERMAN BORDEN X t E . N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing HOI.X.ES SWAN BCRWELL . Burkeville. Va. Agricultural Economics Assistant Manager of Vogl. II. J. ARTHUR BOYKIN A K II . Darlington. S. C. Aeronautical Engineering Tennis (0. THOMAS LANE BOWERS Charlotte. N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing R. 0. T. C. (I. 3. 3). HENRY LOUIS BRAKE Rocky Mount. N. C. Horticulture As Club. MARY O ' NEAL BRANCH A M Raleigh. N. C. High School Teaching Wonsen ' s Student Government. BILL K. BRAWLEY Mooresville. N. C. Agriculture M. C. BRENNAN . . . . Port Chester. N. Y. Mechanical Engineering TILDON WILLIAM BRIDGES Lawndale. N. C. Textile Manufacturing JAMES GARLAND BRONSON Durham. N. C. Chemical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Order of 30 and 3: A. I. CL E.: Yellow Dogs: Band (I. 2. 3); Masan, (I. 2. 3): Publications Board. Secretary and Treasurer W. Vice-President (2). President (3); Companion of St. Patrick: Graduation Mamba,. SAM WILLIS BROOKS A .t T . ..... Monroe. N. C Textile Management HERBERT JULIAN BROWN. JR. 0 K N. Ahoskie. N. C. Textile Manufacturing EDMUND BROADUS BROWNE . Raleigh. N. C. Agricultural Education WILLIAM HASSELL BURTON. JR. Mebane. N. C. Textiles EARL GEDDIE BUTLER Clinton. N. C. Agriculture Economics HENRY BRUCE BUTLER .. Clinton. N. C. Ag Club; R. 0. T. C. (1. 2) Agricultural Education ANGUS CARL CAMERON Olivia. N. C. Textile Manufacturing JAMES SHIRLEY CAMPBELL Franklin. Va. Forestry Fenn Club; R. 0. T. C (1. 2. 3). WILLIAM ALLEN CAMPBELL .. Swannanoa. N. C. Forestry Football (1); Wmtlin 3). J. THOMAS CATLIN. 111 K Danville, Va. Textile Manufacturing Order of 30 and 3; Tompkins Textile Society: Acaotexcx Stag (I. 2. 31: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2): Battalion Sergeant-Major (3). T. 0. CATON Ayclen. N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing JAMES EDWIN CAUDILL North Wilkesboro. N. C. Industrial Management Delta Sigma Ti. TH I RTY-S EV E N 44 WALTER I.. CHAMBERS Winston-Salem. N. C. Industrial Management Page One Hundred Twenty-one it AGROMECK OF FULLERTChN STUART CHANDLER Barber. N. C. Civil Engineering JOHN WESLEY CHAPMAN Dover. N. C. Textile Manufacturing ERNEST IRWIN CLANCY Asheville. N. C. Construction Engineering A. S. C. E. CLAUDE ELLIS CLARK. K 3 Danville. Va. Textile Management Ordn of SO and 3; AGSOMECIt Stall (1. 2. 3): Sophomore Dance Csumittee, Secretary and Treasurer (2). Viet-President (3); R. 0. T. C. (I. 2) ; First Sergeant (3); Tompkins Textile Society. RICHARD SAUNDERS CLARK . N. C. Landscape Architecture Freshman Friendship Council; Sophomore Y Council; Ag Club; R. 0. T. C. (I. 2): First Sergeant (3); Y. 31. C. A. Cabinet. SAMUEL B. CLAYTON. JR... K T. Greensboro. N. C. Weaving and Designing Tompkins Textile Society; Golf Team (1). LACY WILSON COATES Smithfield. N. C. Agriculture Economics Mu Beta Psi; Ag Club; Arrindtatia (3): Teridas (3). EDWIN L. COBLE Raleigh. N. C. Architectural Engineering Honing (I). ED A. COHAN. 0 ♦ Brooklyn. N. Y. Biology N. C. State Life Sa ving Corp; reefer Stair (2). WILMER LYNWOOD COLWELL. JR Washington. D. C. Forestry College Orchestra: R. 0. T. C (I. 2. 3): Phi Eta Sign: Forestry Club. LESTER R. CRANE Raleigh. N. C. E ' ec:rical Engineering Mu Beta Psi; Band: A. I. E. E. WILLIAM PICOT CRAWLEY Littleton. N. C. Textile Manufacturing F " matmlb Friendship Council; Sophomore Council; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. ROBERT BROWN CROSLAND, JR.. 2) II ..Charlofte. N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. R.: Wetesges (I. 2. 3); Inter.FraternIty Council (3)• PAUL B. CULLEN Fall River. Mats. Textile Designing HENRY NOBLE CYRUS Rocky Mount. N. C. Electrical Engineering ARTHUR DAMMANN Amityville. N. Y. Ceramic Engineering A. C. S.: Monogram Club; Swimming (I. 2. 3); Phi Eta Sigma: Pine Burr. FORREST M. DAVIDSON. H K A Gibsoavilk. N. C. Textile Manufacturing JAMES E. B. DAVIS. X N Raleigh. N. C. rri J. P. DAVIS. JR Salisbury. N. C. Agricultural Economics NORMAN C. DAVIS. II K A Elizabeth City. N. C. Z Industrial Management 0 WILLIAM H. DEBOY Raleigh. N. C. Chemical C. ing (I. 2, 3). Mu Beta Psi; A. I. Ch. E.: Band; (I); R. 0. T. CHARLES MAXIMILIAN DEMARCAY. JR Savannah. Ga. Chemistry and Dyeing MAX MCMILLAN DILLINGHAM...Smartt Me. N. C. Forestry ✓ s Forestry Club; R. 0. T. C. O. 2). );IP DONALD CAIN DIXON Belle Mead. N. J. 494,‘ Forestry Club; Pisan Forestry 0 Page One Hundred Twenty-two trati STATE COLLEGE CHARLES JORDAN DULIN, II K A Charlotte, N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Phi Eta Sigma; Ter ada Staff: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3): Tennis (1. 1. 3). CHARLES ROYALL DUNNAGAN Yadkinville. N. C. Textile Manufacturing Order of 30 and 3; Red Masque.. (1. 2); Theis:cam Staff (1. 3); Cheer Leader (I 2 3)- R 0 T C (I 2 3). Y. 34. C. A. Council (3). ROY CRAFT EAKER Cherryeille. N. C. Forestry Forestry Club; Agriculturist Staff. ERIC RAY EDGERTON Kcnly. N. C. Agriculture Engineering WILLIAM A. EDWARDS. JR Princeton. N. C. Chi Engineering A. S. C. E.; A G. C: Baseball (I). PHILIP RAMSEUR ELAM Kings Mountain. N. C. Agriculture Education Wingate (I. 2): Glee Club: Band. CLIFTON WILLIS ENFIELD Graham. N. C. Textile Weaving and Designing R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). JEFF H. ENLOE Franklin. N. C. Agricultural Education Ag Club: Grange; Y. M. C A. WILLIAM E. ENTWISTLE . Old Orchard Beach. Me. High School Teaching Monogram Club: Football (I. 2. 3). JAMES WINGFIELD ESPEY Hickory. N. C. Textile Management Life Saving Co.;..; Tompkins Textile Society: Footfall (I. 2. 3). WILLIAM GREY EVANS. 11 Wilmington. N. C. Forestry R. 0. T. C. (I. 21; Mutts. Staff. JULIAN WADE FARRIOR Burgaw. N. C. Forestry Ag Club: R. 0. T. C. JAMES HUGH FINDLAY Charlotte. N. C. Forestry Tennis Team (2). WILSON HUNT FISHER Southern Pines. N. C. Afechanical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma: A. S. M. F..; R. O. T. C. (1. 2. 3). ERIC G. FLANNAGAN. JR.. K A . Headman. N. C. Architectural Engineering Beaux Arta Society. CHARLES JOSEPH FLEMING. JR Henderson. N. C. Aeronautical Engineering A. S. M. E. WOODROW R. FOUNTAIN Wilmington. N. C. Industrial Management JOHN WILLIAM FREDERICKS. JR. Wilmington. N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing GEORGE R. FREEMAN. Norwood. N. C. Textiles Tompkins Textile Society: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). JAMES CLINTON PRINK Bladenboro. N. C. General Agriculture Alpha Zeta: Blue Key: Forestry Club: Ag Club; Order of 30 and 3: Freshman Friendship Carina% Y Council; Sophomore Premdent: Teraidein Staff (2): Social Function Com- mittee; Student Government GEORGE W. FRY Raleigh. N. C. Textile Manufacturing Phi Psi: Tompkins Textile Society; Football (1, 2. 3): R. 0. T. C. (I, 2. 3). EDWARD FULENWIDER. JR Burlington. N. C. Industrial Arts JAMES SPENCER FULGHUM. JR. Raleigh. N. C. Industrial Management Delta Sigma Pi: Student Council (I. 2. 3): W.:guns (i); TH I RTY-SEV EN CHARLES LEE FULP Kcrnersville. N. C. Textile Manufacturing Page One Hundred Twenty-three AGROMECK OF 44 FELIX WILLIAMSON GRAVES. JR Chemical Engineering A. I. Cb. E. JOHNGREAVES. JR. New Bedford. Mass. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing ...... Sylea. N. C Mechanical Engineering . M. E.: Y. M. C. A. Council; R. 0. T. C. Red Oak. N. C. Forestry Barbell (I. 2). HOWELL G. GWALTNEY . Winston-Salem. N. C. Electrical Engineering Radio Club. LYLE NEIL HALL Salisbury. N. C. Agricultural Education Alpha Zeta. JAMES ELWIN HAMILTON Industrial Management JOSEPH J. HAMLIN. JR. High Point. N. C Agronomy Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Freshman Friendthip Council: EDO more Y Council: Ag Club: R. 0. T. C. (1. 2. 3). JUNIUS HOLT HARDEN Graham. N. (. Electrical Engineering WILLIAM MCGEE HARPER Garner. N. C Agricultural Education CHARLES DONOVAN HARRIS Lexington. N. C Forestry Swimming (1. 2). eft+ EARLE COLTON HART. JR. Hartford. Conn. Chemical Engineering (I. 2. 3): Camera ChM. A. I. CL. E.: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3); Basketball (1); Baseball 9 A a JOHN BURGESS GAMIER. Z N Raleigh. N. C. Textile Manufacturing Teriudriss; Wasson Stag: R. 0. Ti (I. 2, 3). WALTER EDWARD GARRARD Durham. N. C. Agricultural Engineering Ag Club: Glee Club. WARDEN WALLACE GASKINS New Bern. N. C. Ceramic Engineering Kerte:ma; A. C. S.; Soothers Emu:meet Stall; Mdand-Drmdale Scholarship CUP. LANCY WADE GIBES Englehan. N. C. Agriculture Economics DAVID LAYTON GILBERT Dunn. N. C. Industrial Management Delta Sigma Pi: Sophomore Y Council; R. 0. it C. (I. 2). JESSE FRANCIS GILES Archdale. N. C. Agriculture Grange; As Club. KELMAN P. GOMM. I = P High Point. N. C. Architecture Beaux Arts: Glee Club: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2); Inter.Fratemitr Council. VICTOR JOHNSTON GOODMAN Concord. N. C. Animal Husbandry ROBERT HOWELL GRADY, A K P Kinston. N. C. Sanitary Engineering Football (1); Swimming (2. 3); R. 0. it C. (I. 1. 3). RODNEY B. GRAHAM. JR.. .. Charlotte. N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Order of 30 and 3: ACJI011 Stag (1, 2): Amimant Business Manager 13); R. 0. T. C. (1. 2. 3). WALTER BERNICE GRAHAM Vass. N. C. Textile Manufacturing JAMES EDWIN GRANTHAM Rocky Mount. N. C. Construction Engineering Monogram Club: Swimming (2): It. 0. T. C. (I. 2); Rad- mental Sermant.Major (3). Mebane. N. C. PAUL GREEN Glee Club; A. S (I, 2, 3). BILLY GRIFFIN rri z Godwin. N. C Page One Hundred Twenty-lour STATE COLLEGE HARVEY JACKSON HARTLEY. A F P Clifton Forge. Va. Forestry Scabbard and Blade: Forestry Club: Inter-Fraternity Council. STEPHEN JAMES HAWES. Z E Charlotte. N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Woman. Staff. JAMES ARCHIE HEDGPETH Rowland. N. C. Ceramic Engineering Transfer from Mars Hill College. ERNEST VINCENT HELMS. II K + Charlotte. N. C. Textile Management Tompkins; Textile Society: N. C. State College I.ifc Saving Corps; R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3): Football (I. 2. 3); Track (I. 3); Busing (3); Monogram Club. RICHARD MILTON HENRY. E N Russelville. Ark. FOteStry Transfer from Arkansas Tech. NORMAN SAMUEL HERTZ Long Branch. N. J. Chemical Engineering Gamma Sigma Epsilon: A. I. Oh F..: Camera Club. NATALIE ELIZABETH HICKS Raleigh. N. C. High School Teaching Peace Junior College 2). LARRY ODELL HILL . Vanceboro. N. C. Agricultural Education J. BUNNY HINES Winston-Salem. N. C. Textile Weaving and Designing N. C. State Life Saving Corps: Football (1. 2. 3). TYREE BENNETT HOLLAND Holly Springs. N. C. Agriculture! Education Ag Club. JAMES WALTER HOLLIS. JR. Laurinburg. N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E.: Wrestling (I). ADOPH J. HONEYCUTT. JR.. A K II . Raleigh. N. C. Forestry Forestry Club: Inter-Fraternity Council: Baseball (1): Basket• ball Cl. 2. 3). CLARENCE FLETCHER HOWELL Whitaker.. N. C. Aeronautical Engineering Glee Club: Red Matquers (2. 3); Annuitant (Z.. 3): Waingas. (2. 3). WILLIAM KARL RUBE. A r P Wise. Va. Forestry Forstry Club. WILLIAM L. HUNTER Salisbury. N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing WALTER DAVID JACOBSON New York. N. Y. Chemical Engineering B. P. JENKINS. JR. Shelby. N. C. General Agriculture HUGH JOHNSON. JR Raleigh. N. C. Textile Manufacturing HERBERT LEE JOHNSON Angier. N. C. Cisnl Engineering A. S. C. E HERMAN POLK JOLITZ .. N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing WILTON LAWRENCE JONES . Woodruff, S. C. Textile Manufacturing Mt TAIT MILLARD JONES. II. Wilson. N. C. Construction Engineering R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). RICHARD BEVINS KALE. II K A . Mebane. N. C. Textile Manufacturing Duke University (I. 2). JOSEPH LEONARD KATL. 0 b Morganton. N. C. Chemical Engineering Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Student Government (1). Page One Hundred Twenty-five 4 AGROMECK OF TH I RTY-SEVEN 44 J. A. KEATING Woodbridge. N. J. High School Teaching R. 0. T. C. (I. 2, 3). ROBERT CECIL KEYS Washington. N. C. Industrial Management R. 0. T. C. Cl, 2). GEORGE ROLAND KILLAM. JR. East Orange. N. J. Chemical Slams Epsilon; E. I. Ch. E.; Boxing (2); Sosthera Engiswer (3). CHARLES DUSliAN KING Wilmington, N. C. Ceramic Engineering TRUMAN LEWIS KING Turkey. N. C. Agricultural Education MILTON JACOB KLUTTZ. JR Raleigh. N. C. Civil Engineering WALTER FOREST KOON Hickory. N. C. Textile Manufacturing PETE JOE KUZMA Kalamazoo, Mich. High School Teaching Football (1, 2. 3). ALBERT GLENN LANCASTER Henderson. N. C. Textile Manufacturing Boxing (I. 2); Ride Team (I, 2, 3); Manager (3); R. 0. T. C. (1. 2. 3). ROY LANDRUM Spindale. N. C. Textile Weaving and Designing Baseball (1); R. O. T. C. (I. 2. 3). VIRGIL HENRY LANE Greensboro. N. C. Industrial Management Wrestling; Worosoon TOM FRANCIS LAWLER Kalamazoo. Mich. Industrial Management Football (3). HENRY D. LEDBETTER. JR Rockingham. N. C. Textile Manufacturing JACK LEET Lakewood. N. J. Aeronautical Engineering Boxing (I. 2. 3); R. 0. T. C. (I, 2. 3). JOE PAUL LOREK Castle Hayne, N. C. Aeronautical Engineering ALFRED JOHNSON LOWDERMILK Mount Gilead. N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ct. E.: R. 0. T. C. (1. 2. 3). PAUL JUNIOR LYERLY Granite Quarry. N. C. Agricultural Education Lambda Gamma Delta: Alpha Zeta: Corps Judging Team; Poultry Judging Team. RICHARD MACKENZIE .. Wilmington. N. C. Ceramic Engineering Order of 30 and 3; Student Council; Technic:a Stag; Vice. President (1). (• JACOB FREDERICK MAHONEY ... Wheeling. W. Va. High School Teaching Football O. 2. 3); Baseball (1. 2, 3). Z OFFIE WILSON MANN Albemarle. N. C. O Basketball (1. 2. 3); Baseball (1. 2. 3). Textile Manufacturing 70_1 ROBERT STEWART MARSH Monroe, N. C. mml Agricultural Engineering Y. M. C. A.; Ag Club. I W. J. MARSHBURN, Burgaw, N. C. Forestry HARTWELL C. MARTIN Roanoke. Va. Forestry A Forestry ow). IP° WILLIAM H. MARTIN. A X A. ..Winston.Salem. N. C. t Inter•Fratemity CouncE; A. I. Ch. E. Chemical Engineering Page One Hundred Twenty-six " 11.41 S TATE COLLEGE FRED FRANCIS MASTROI.IA East Boston. Mass. High School Teaching International Affair Club: Football (I. 2. 3). WILLIAM VAUGHA N MATHENEY Pulaski. Va. Textile Management Football (1. 2). WILLIAM ANDREW MAUNEY. = N UntoInton. N. C. Textile Manufacturing Tompkins Textile Society. ADDISON MAUPIN Raleigh. N. C. Ceramic Engineering A. C. S.: Companion of Si. Patrick: Kennon. ROBERT LESLIE MATTO : Cary, N. C. High School Teaching JOHN ROBERTSON MCCLURE). JR.. I N Shelby. N. C. Architectural Engineering Beaux Arts; R. 0. T. C. (I. 2): Band (3). AUSTIN CRAWFORD MCDONALD.... Wilmington, N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Tompkins Textile Society. DAN LAUCHLIN MCLAVRIN. JR... Rowland. N. C. Ceramic Engineering DAN HUGH MCLEAN Bladenboro. N. C. Electrical Engineering A. I. F— F_ DONALDWOODS MCLEAN Asheville. N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. JOHN LUCIUS MCLEAN, II K • Raleigh. N. C. Industrial Management Band. HARRY MILLS MCNEILL Rowland. N. C. Textile Manufacturing R. 0. T. C. (1. 2): Glee Club (I. 2). W. W. MCPHERSON Mebane. N. C. Agriculture Economics JAMES SHUGART MELTON ... Hendersonville. N. C. Agriculture JOHN CHRISTIAN MILLER. A X A Devon. Conn. Chemistry R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. .3): Wstoorta (2. 3): Swimming (3). LEROY MINTZ Shallotte. N. C. Agricultural Economics Y. M. C. A.: Ag Club: Young Dens:cents Club. JAMES EDWARD MOORE. JR. Raleigh. N. C. Chemical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; A. 1. Ch. F..: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). WORTH STEPHEN MOORE ...... _Apes. N. C. Agriculture Education Ag flub: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2). JESSE PRICE MOOREFIELD Greensboro. N. C. Forestry Forestry Cub. HUBERT LEE MORGAN Canton. N. C. Electrical Engineering A. I. E. F..: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Wrestling (1). Manager (2. 3): R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). THOMAS F. MORRISON. JR.. K 5 Concord. N. C Textile Manufacturing Tompkins Textile Society; R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). SAMUEI. BURN MOSS Albemarle. N. C. Chemistry Pi Kama Delta: Y. N. C. A. Cabinet; I. R. C. HARRY PATRICK MULLEN Lincolnton. N. C. Textile Manufacturing ROGER WILSON MURDOCK Troutman. N. C. Animal Husbandry Ag Club. Page One Hundred Twenty-seven 1 4 A G ROM. EC K OF 44 TH I RTY-SEVEN RAYMOND MYERS Biltmore. N. C. Mechanical Engineering JESSE B. NEWLIN Mebane. N. C. Agriculture Cambia Gamma Delta: Ae Club: Crop Judging Team; R. 0. T. C. Cl. 2). GEORGE E. NORMAN. JR. .... Charlotte. N. C. Textile Manufacturing - Phi Psi: R. 0. T. C. (I, 2. 3). RICHARD LOOMIS OLIVER, X N Raleigh. N. C. Biology WOODIE M. OSBORNE Stanfield. N. C. Agricultural Economics Ag Club. JEAN PARKS OVERCASH Kannapolis. N. C. Horticulture Phi Eta Sigma. HAROLD S. OVERMAN. JR. Elizabeth City. N. C. Mechanical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma: Order of 30 and 3; A. S. M. E.; Trehaiciois (1. 2): Wattottgott (1. 2). Editor (3). CHARLES ROYAL PARKINSON Fairhaven. Mass. Chemical Engineering A. I. Cl.. E. RICHARD S. PAYNE. A N A Hertford. N. C. Mechanical Engineering Monogram Club; Swimming Team (I. 2. 3): R. 0. T. C. (1, 2. 3). STATON JAMES PEELE. JR.. X ♦ E ...Bdhaven. N. C. Textile Manufacturing EDGAR ROYCE PERRY Sugar Grove. N. C. Animal Husbandry Ag Club; Animal Husbandry Club. WILLIAM RANSOMS PHILLIPS Raleigh. N. C. Electrical Engineering HONOREE WILSIE PIERCE Apex. N. C. High School Teaching Woman ' s Sint ' s% Government. Treasurer (3). DANNY PILOSENO Bellaire. Ohio Education Football (1, 2. 3). RAY LEWIS PITTMAN .........Fairmont. N. C. Agriculture Education Ag Club; Student Government. DECOURCY M. POLLOCK. II K A....High Point. N. C. Textile Manufacturing Phi Psi. ROBERT COLLIN POLLOCK Kinston. N. C. Electrical Engineering THOMAS EDGAR POOVEY.. K T . Granite Falls. N. C. Textile Manufacturing Tompkins Textile Society; Inter•Fraternity Council. JOHN WILLIAM Pou Elmwood. N. C. Animal Husbandry Ag Club; Alpha Zeta; Treasurer of Ag Fair. RUSSELL VERNON POWELL Newport News. Va. Mechanical Engineering Z Eta Sigma; Pine Burr; A. J. M. E.; Companion of St. Patrick. 0 GEORGE SMEDES POYNER. X N Raleigh. N. C. Pi R. 0. T. C. (I, 2); Golf (11. 2). Forestry n CHARLES CLIFTON N. C. 2. Ag a EDWARD A. QUINTARD. K A . , Charlotte. N. C • • . • Textile Weaving and Designing Order of 30 and 3: later-Fraternity Council: Techaittiaa Staff: R. 0. T. C. (1. 1. 3). es THOMAS COFFIN RAGSDALE. K X . Jamestown. N. C. Textile Management Student Council (1); R. 0. T. C._ ,(1 2, 3); Inter.Fraternity Council; Tompkins Textae Society• Social Functions Committee. 0 Page One Hundred Twenty-eight . ry1 STATE COLLEGE DAVID LEROY RAMSEY Charlotte, N. C. Textile Manufacturing Student Government: Order of 30 and 3; Seereury.Tressurer of Junior Clan; R. 0. T. C. (1. 2. 3). KENNETH TALMADGE RAND Raleigh. N. C. Industrial Management J. F. REDOING. X X Asheboro. N. C. Textile Manufacturing JOSEPH ALEXANDER RENN Winston-Salem. N. C. Industrial Management Glee Club; Mu Beta Psi. ROBERT EDWARD RITCH Raleigh. N. C. Electrical Engineering TOM WILSON RIVERS Greenville. N. C. Civil Engineering A. D. ROBERTSON. X K Lumberton. N. C. Electrical Engineering Monogram Club: A. I. E F..; Manager Swimming Tea SIDNEY D. ROGERS , Wilmington. N. C. Mechanical Engineering R. 0. T. C. (1. 2. 3): A. S. M. E. THOMAS JEFFERSON ROLLAND . Greensboro. N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. CI. E.; Football (I); Baseball (I). ROBERT SCOTT RUNNION, = + K Raleigh. N. C Electrical Engineering R. 0. T. C. (1. 2. 3). LAWRENCE JACKSON RUN Henderson. N. C. Ceramic Engineering EDWIN WITMAN RYDER. A K H Shippensburg. Pa Forestry Band; R. 0. T. C. 2. 3); Forestry Club; Mu Beta P. Inver-Fraternity Council. ; I), t,n, Bugle COILS. LOUIS SELDOX SATTERFIELD Danville, Va. Textile Manufacturing Basketball (I. 2. 3): Tompkins Textile Society: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). HARRY SCHNEIDER. e Brooklyn. N. Y. Textile Management Red Mangum: R. O. T. C. (I. 2. 3): Tompkins Textile Satiety; Boxing (1); Golf (I); Swimming (I. 2. 3). WHITTEN WALTER SHOLTZ. II K A . Charlotte. N. C. Agriculture Specialist Cross Count ' , (3); Band (1. 2). WILLIAM ADOLPH SCHREIBER. 11 K A Charlotte. N. C. Agriculture Economics Band. JOSEPH JOHN SCHWERDT Everett. Mars. High School Teachini Monogram Club; Football Cl. 2. 3); (I. 2). EVERETT SINCLAIR SCOTT Fayetteville. N. C. Construction Engineering EDWARD M. SEARS. A T P Akron. Ohio Mechanical Engineering R. 0. T. C. Cl. 2. 3). JAMES WHITE SEARS. 1 K Belhaven. N. C. Textile Management Tompkins Textile Society: R. 0. T. C. (1. 1. 3); Watauga. Staff; Order of 30 and 3; Student Council (2). JOHN FRANK SEELY Hamlet. N. C. Chemical Engineering Gamma Sigma Epilog,. DONALD SENER Harrisburg. Pa. Chemical Engineering Gamma Sigma Epsilon; R. 0. T. C (1, 2, 3); Cogaganion of St. Patrick: A. I. Ch. E. RUDOLPH R. SEYMOUR Cary. N. C. Textile Management GEORGE M. SliERRILL N. C. General Agriculture Page One Hundred T‘awitg-nine 441.411 AGROMECK OF TH I RTY-SEV EN CLARENCE BENDER SHIMER Wilmington. N. C. Forestry Pine Burr; R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3): Forestry Club: Wrestling (I. 2. 3). EDWIN LAVERNE SHORE Cycle. N. C. General Agriculture ORSMAN ALVAH SHUMWAY Fairhaven. Mass. Chemical Engineering JOHN CARL SLOAN Davidson. N. C. Chemical Engineering THOMAS GRIFFITH SLOAN Charlotte. N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing WHITMELL B. SMALL Washington. N. C. Industrial Management ALBERT J. SMITH Goldsboro. N. C. Vocational Agriculture ALTON SMITH, JR. Kinston. N. C. Industrial Management Delta Sigma Pi: Boxing (I. 2. 3): R. O. T. C. (I. 2). FARMER S. SMITH. JR Raleigh. N. C. Industrial Education GEORGE ELIJAH SMITH. JR. Greenville. S. C. Forestry Forestry Club. HENRY BROWER Swim New Bern. N. C. Chemical Engineering Gamma Sigma Epsilon: A. I. Oa E.: Swimming (3); R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). IVAN W. SMITH Hendersonville. N. C. Forestry Forestry Club; Monogram Club; Tennis Cl, 2. 3); R. 0. T. C. O. 2. 3). JOHN SMITH. JR Leaksville. N. C. Construction Engineering LOUIS MURDOCK SMITH. JR Raleigh. N. C. Dairy Manufacturing OWEN FRANKLIN SMITH Benson. N. C. Architectural Engineering Y. M. C. A.; Beaux Arts HARVEY GRANT cuIture Education Ahoskie. N. C. Ax Club; Grange; Y. III C. A. Cabinet. ♦ RUSSELL SORRELL Raleigh. N. C. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E; Monogram Club: Boxing (. 2, 3); R. 0. T. C. -I (I. 2. 3): Wetness Staff. I FRANCIS M. SOUTHERLAND. H K A .. Durham. N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing rill J. E. SPAINHOUR North Wilkesboro. N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Phi Psi. CECIL JAMES SQUIRES Draper. N. C. O Textiles Glee Club: Phi Psi: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). 79 JAMES HERVEY STEVENS. • K T Lancaster. S. C. R. 0. T. C. (. 2): Tompkins Textile Soddy. Textile Weaving and Designing I JOSEPH NORWOOD STINSON. JR Woodruff, S C Textile Manufacturing R. 0. T. C. (I. 2). es JOHN LENNON SULLIVAN Wilson. N. C. Industrial Management VdiA SIDNEY CARLYLE SUMME Y, I . E ... Shelby. N. C. -V Textiles Page One Hundred Thirty 1 STATE COLLEGE RAYMOND WALTER SZULIK New Bedford. Mass. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing MARVIN PRESTON TAYLOR Enfield. N. C. Agriculture Education Ag Club: Grange; R. 0. T. C (I. 21. SHEARIN P. TEAGUE Newland. N. C. Agriculture Education WILLIAM CHARLES TRACKER Greensboro. N. C. Dairy Manufacturing Ag Club; Y. M. C. A. Council JAMES E. THIEM Raleigh. N. C. Animal Husbandry Companion of Si. Patrick: Red Mameters. I. WILLIAM THORN. A ' r P Rahway. N. J. Electrical Engineering Mu Beta Psi; R. 0. T. C (I. 2. 3). JAMES BRONER TOLLISON Raleigh. N. C. Textile Management Mu Beta Psi; Band; Boxing (I). W. 0. TRUITT Greensboro. N. C. Mechanical Engineering JOE LEE TIJNNELL Swan Quarter. N. C. Agriculture Education Ag Club: Grange; R. 0. It C. (I. 2). ENOCH SIMMONS VAUGHAN Washington. N. C. Chemical Engineering A. I. Ch. E. JAMES CHESTER VONCANON Banner Elk. N. C. Animal Husbandry HENRY MARTIN VON OLSEN Wilmington. N. C. Civil Engineering Baskettodl (2. 3): Band. BENJAMIN THOMAS WADE. JR.. Z H Raleigh. N. C. Electrical Engineering HENRY V. WAEHLI New York. N. Y. Chemical Engineering Gamma Sigma Epsilon: A. I. Clo. E.: R. O. T. C (I. 2. 3). HOWARD STATON WAHAB Belhaven. N. C. Civil Engineering LESLIE ARDEN WARD . mug Point. N. Y. Mechanical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Pine Burr: R. 0. T. C. (I. 2): Companion of St. Patrick: A. S. M. E.: Basketball (I); V. M. C A. Council. I.YCURGUS BARNHILL WARD Whitaker.. N. C. Oaf Engineering ROY LOFLIN WARD ,,,,, Thomasville. N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Phi Psi; Tompkins Textile Society. R. O. T. C. (1. 2). ALFRED DANIEL WARREN. I H Snow Hill. N. C. Textile Manufacturing VAN SHARPE WATSON. JR. .Rocky Mount. N. C. Agronomy Sigma Pi Alpha; Ag Club: New Student Committee; V. M. C. A. Council. NORBERT B. WATTS Raleigh. N. Forestry Fo -estry Club: Red Masque ' s: R. O. it C. (1. 2. 3): Y. M. C. A. Council. New Student Committee. JACK EDWARD WAYANT. E Asheville. N. C. Textile Management JAMES ALVIN WEATHERS Raleigh. N. C. Industrial Management WYTHE BREVARD WEATHERS Fayetteville. N. C. Electrical Engineering Yellow Dom: Band: A. I. k. K. Pa ge One Hundred Thirty-one 4 AGROMECK OF THIRTY-SEVEN JOHN HERMAN WEHRENBERG Woodsdale. N. C. Textiles GEORGE WILLIAM WEITLAUP Bridgeport. N. High School Teaching Football (I. 2); R. 0. T. C. (I. 2, 3). CLAUDE B. WELLS. JR. Leicester. N. C. Dairy Manufacturing Ag Club; Grange; R. 0. T. C (I. 2). WILLIAM LOUIS WETZELL. JR. Gastonia. N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing Weretipsis Stag; Tompkins Test Society; R. 0. T. C. (I. 2). REX H. WHEATLEY Wilmington. N. C. Construction Engineering A. S. C. E.. ROBERT LAURAYNE WHITE Hobgood. N. C. Aeronautical Engineering HERBERT STUART WHITLEY Williamston. N. C. Architectural Engineering HENRY PAGE WILDER. K A Aberdeen. N. C. Electrical Engineering ROBERT E WILLETT Raleigh. N. C. Textile Chemistry and Dyeing R. 0. T. C. (I. 2. 3). BEN WILLIAMS Monroe. N. C. Agriculture Education Ag Club; Grange; R. O. T. C. (1. 2); A. E. S. SAM L. WILLIAMS Month of Wilson. Va. Agriculture Education Alpha Zeta; Ag Club; Grange; Wrestling; R. 0. T. C. (I. Z 3); Y. N. C. A. Council. JOE MCADOO WILLIS Lumberton, N. C. Electrical Engineering Glee Club; R. 0. T. C.; A. I. E. E.; Wrestling (I). JOHN WILLARD WILSON Louisburg. N. C. Textile Management SIMON BROWN WOOLARD Robersonville. N. C. Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E. MERTON MERRILL YORK Boothbay Harbor. Me. Electrical Engineering Baseball (I); Basketball (I, 2, 3). WILLIAM ARTHUR ZACHARY Coolamee. N. C. Textiles JOHN ROBERT ZIBELIN Wallace. N. C. Textile Weaving and Designing m1 FRANK C. ZIGLAR Charlotte. N. C. Mechanical 1 Phi Eta Sigma; A. S. M. E.; R. 0. T. C. (I. 2, 3). rn z O );• Page One Hundred Thirty-run V4 STATE COLLEGE PAUL HOOVER President SOPHOMORE CLASS L. C. BROOKS E. 0. RANDOLPH Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer FRANK THOMAS ABBOTT. JR. Raleigh. N. C. ISAAC CODY AD AMS Clayton. N. C. WILLIAM WITTY ADKINS Summerfield. N. C. JOHN STEVENS AIKEN Asheville. N. C. BURNICE GORDON ANDREWS Parmele. N. C. ALBERT R. ANDERSON, A K Durham. N. C. JAMES ERNEST ANGELO Winston-Salem. N. C. DUANE ARBUTIINOT. .1 X + Leonia. N. J. EMILIO DE LA MAZA ARIZPE Monterrey. N. L.. Meg. G. WINFIELD ARNOTT Cambridge. N. Y. WILI.IAM MCCOOK BAILEY. II K A Richmond. Va. LEONIDAS BAKER Wilmington. N. C. WILLIAM BELL BANDY. R K A Raleigh. N. C. WILLIAM N. BARNARD Shawboro. N. C. CARL BROADUS BARNES Raleigh. N. C. 101IN ROY BARNETTE Huntenville. N. C. CHARLES FRANKLIN BARRINGER Carthage. N. C. WILLIAM OSCAR BAUCOM South Norfolk, Va. rn GRIFFIN RHYNE BEATTY Stanley. N. C. O CLARENCE HARDY BEERY Goldsboro. N. C. GRADY J. BELL Greenville. N. C. REGINALD WOODS BIGGERS A ANDREW JACKSON BING. X N ' art WILLIAM CORTEZ BLACKMORE .‘ Page One Hundred Thirty-lour STATE COLLEGE Hickory. N. C. Hickory. N. C. Warsaw. N. C. WILLIAM T. BLANCHARD Rose Hill. N. C. RICHARD MILLER BLGODGCOD Beaufort. N. C. ROBERT R. BOSEMAN. X 4 E Rocky Mount. N. C. JAMES HARRIS BOST New London. N. C. LEE ROSS BOST. JR., 4 K T Salisbury. N. C. GEORGE PRESTON BOSWELL Burlington. N. C. EDWARD P. BOYETTE Smithfield. N. C. GEORGE T. BRASWELL. A R n Rocky Mount. N. C. JETER PORTER BRAWLEY. II K Charlotte. N. C. PRICE LENTZ BRAWLEY Mooresville. N. C. RALPH WALDON BRITT Severn. N. C. LESLIE CLIFFORD BROOKS. X 11 E Bryson City. N. C. THIRTY-SEVEN MAURICE F. CANADY. • E Wilmington. N. C. WILLIAM L. CARTER Ftanklinville. N. C. THOMAS WILLARD CATES Wendell. N. Page One Hundred Thirty-five AGROMECK OF N JAMES EVERETT BROWN Rich Square. N. C. LAWRENCE MORTON BROWN, A LS 6 Raleigh. N. C. GEORGE KILGORE BROWNING Raleigh. N. C. R. G. BURGESS Gum Fork. N. C. OTIS CORWIN BUNDY. JR Jamestown. N. C. ROBERT MARCUS BUNN Rocky Mount. N. JAMES RUSSELL BURCHAM Elkin. N. C. W. 0. BUYS Washington. N. C. EVERETT WADE BYRD Whiter;Ile. N. C . CHARLIE C. CLARK Durham. N. C. WALTER THOMAS CLINE. X + E Raleigh. N. C. ROBT. COLEMAN. JR.. B K A Birmingham. ROBERT F. COLEMAN Wilmington. N. C. CHARLES EDWARD COLWELL Wilmington. N. C. E. H. COON Watertown. Conn. I.EWIS LEE COPLEY Rougemont. N. C. W. B. COWARD. A K II Rocky Mount. N. C. JEREMIAH WAYLARD COX Corolla. N. C. HERBERT RAYMOND CRAWFORD Henderson. N. C. HUGH A. CRAWFORD Statesville. N. C. MARK HUTCHENS CRAWFORD Wilson. N. C. HARVEY T. CREECH Smithfield. N. C. GILBERT HALLADAY CROLL. A A T Ridgewood, N. J. FRANCIS C. CUNNINGHAM Raleigh. N. C. ROBERT L. DAUGHTRIDGE. .1 X • Rocky Mount. N. C. LOWS L. DAVENEORT. JR Nashville. N. C. ANDREW JAMES DAVIS Charlotte. N. C. rn FERDINAND A. DECKER. JR. Charlotte. N. C. Z EUGENE A. DEES Concord. N. C. JOHN LOFTIN DEVANE Tomahawk. N. C. SAMUEL HILL DOBSON Statesville, N. C. ALBERT DOUB. JR Raleigh. N. C. JOHN EDWIN DOZIER Raleigh. N. C. Luc Page One Hundred Thirty-six t 1 COLLEGE MALCOLM MCKAY DRIVER Dunn. N. C. WM. POWELL DUFF. JR.. K Z Elizabeth City. N. C. CLARENCE EARLEY Rutherfordton. N. C. CECIL A. EASTERLING. A A P Wise. Va. ROBERT FREDERICK ELLIOTT Rich Square. N. C. WILSON HAMIT ELLIS Henderson. N. C. WALTER L. FANNING Shelby. N. C. CLAUDE BANKS FARIS. JR. Raleigh. N. C. ROBERT JACKSON FETNER Hamlet. N. C. JOHN H. FISHER Salisbury. N. C. E. PEARCE FLEMING. A A P Asheville. N. C. LEWIS ALLEN FLETCHER Raleigh. N. C. JOHN SEABORN FLOwE. JR.. II K A Greensboro. N. C. HUGH K. FORREST Raleigh. N. C. JOHN MILTON FOSTER. K A Raleigh. N. C. JOHN GILES FEUSHEE Greensboro. N. C. WAYNE L. FRANKLIN Franklin. N. C. WALTER BYRUM FREEMAN Charlotte. N. C. EARL EBY FRINK Bladenboro. N. C. JOSEPH THURMAN FRYE. JR. Wardensvilly W. Vs. PAUL JOSEPH GIBSON. Franklin. N. C. MELLOR ALFRED GILL Hawthorne. N. J. JOHN F. GILMORE Oxford. N. C. WM. BLAYLOCK GRANGER Greensboro. N. C. Page One Hundred Thirty-sewn TH I RTY-SEVEN AGROMECK OF N - IRVINE F. GRANT Newport News. Va. CHARLES J. GRAY Wilmington. N. C. WILLIAM BARWICK GRIFFIN Goldsboro. N. C. DAVID WILLIAM GRIFFITH Kernersville, N. C. HORACE CLARK GUTHRIE Swan Quarter. N. C. GEORGE HENRY HAGEN Raleigh. N. C. CHARLES OLAN HALL Saluda. N. C. RUSSELL PHIPPS HANDY Grassy Creek. N. C. GEORGE VERNER HANNA. JR Shelby. N. C. FRED RANDOLPH HARRELSON Elm City. N. C. B. FRANKLIN HARRIS Henderson. N. C. DOUGAN CARL HARRIS Thomasville. N. C. GEORGE VICTOR HARRIS Hawthorne. N. J. HENRY L. HARRISON. H K A Scotland Neck. N. C. A. C. HATTAWAY, Z II Greensboro. N. C. JACK CALIRN HAYNES Winston-Salem. N. C. SAMUEL M. HAYWORTH Asheboro. N. C. TRAVIS EDWARD HENDREN Hiddenitt. N. C. rn EUGENE PATRICK HENLEY. 0 K N Durham. N. C. 0 PALMER GRIFFIN HILL Rocky Mount. N. C. 71, R. C. HINES Spartanburg. S. C. JAMES ALBERT HOLDER. JR Asheboro. N. C. STERLING CHARLES HOLMES, A r P. Cambridge. N. Y. 74:0i SAM STEVENS HOOD Raleigh. N. C. Page One Hundred Thirty-tight 41 STATE COLLEGE WILLIAM D. HOOD, O K T Smithfield. N. C. PAUL ANDERSON HOOVER. Z. N Raleigh. N. C. VERNON WILCOX HOWLF. JR Andrews. S. C. EDWIN COURTNEY HUDSON Wilmington. N. C. N. L. HUC6PETH. JR Yadkinville. N. C. REUEL LUTHER HUFFMAN. JR. Brookfield. Missouri D. PERRY HUGHES Co!train. N. C. ROBERT A. HUGHES. A r P Parkton. N. C. NICK J. HUNTER Franklin. N. C. JOHN WILLIAM IRVING. JR. Wentworth. N. C. ROGER MOORE JAMES. JR. Rocky Mount. N. C. EDWARD SLITHER JOHNSON Kannapolis. N. C. CHARLES SELBY JONES Belhaven. N. C. JOHN H. JONES Raleigh. N. C. JOHN ROBERT JONES Sylva. N. C. ROBERT LEWIS JONES Greensboro. N. C. WILLIAM HALE JONES North Wilkesboro. N. C. BMD FRANCIS JOYNER Spring Hope. N. C. T. R. KALNER Castle Hayne. N. C. JAMES VERNON KIRKMAN Durham. N. C. VIRGINIUS F. KASEY Greenville. N. C. C. W. KIRKLAND. JR Bellaire. Ohio BRUCE RILEY KNOTT Wendell. N. C. LEONARD HUBERT KNOTT Oxford. N. C. THIRTY-SEVEN Page One Hundred Thirty-nine AGROMECK OF lisnt‘t ' ROBERT S. LAKE, Z N Manhasset. N. Y. REID ALBERT LAMBERT Greensboro, N. C. HUNTER L. LAND . Hamlet. N. C. RICHARD COMINGS LARKIN Whaling. Ill. JAMES BERNARD LASLEY Greensboro. N. C. MAYWOOD 0. LAWRENCE Portsmouth, Va. ROBERT DONALD LEE. O X X Greensboro. N. C. JOHN MALCOLM LEWIS Parkton. N. C. HENRY MARVIN LILLY Ramseur. N. C. H. C. LINDLEY N. C. JOHN CLEGO LOCKHART Raleigh. N. C. ROBERT VERNON LOCKHART, A X A Monroe. N. C. HARDY PITTMAN LOFTIN. Z N Kinston. N. C. ROBERT ALEXANDER LOOS Haddon Heights, N. J. EDWARD K. LOVELACE, A K II New Ban. N. C. JULIAN VINSON LYON Creedmoor. N. C. WILLIAM R. MAKEPEACE, K A Sanford. N. C. MANLY GLENNVOOD MANN, A X A Raleigh. N. C. rn G. W. MARSH, Z Y. Bath. N. C. 0 M. H. MASON Mebane. N. C. AVERITTE NASH MATTOCKS Greensboro. N. C. AXEL TORE MATTSON. = fl East Hampton. N. Y. es JOHN DAVID MAULTSBY Kernersville, N. C. I.. T. MAY Henderson. N. C. cie Page One Hundred I °fly +1 STATE COLLEGE Iff SAMUEL RUBEN MAY Spring Hope. N. C. JOE CLEVELAND MCCANLESS Hamlet. N. C. WILLIAM WILSON MCCLURE Charlotte. N. C. DAVID RAY MCEACHERN, H K A Concord. N. C. FRANK MCFADDEN Asheville. N. C. RICHARD VARDEY MCPHAIL, Z N Hamlet. N. C. H. WALTER MCPHAUL Red Springs. N. C. HORACE ROBERT MCSWAIN Shelby. N. C. DAN V. MEACHAM Hamlet. N. C. HOWARD NORVELL MEAD Greensboro. N. C. GLENN WILSON MEHAFFEY Hendersonville. N. C. PERCY DURANT MERRITT . Rose Hill. N. C. JOE EDWARD MICHAEL. JR Wadesboro. N. C. JOHN LOCKE MILHOLLAND, H K A Statesville. N. C. JOHNNIE FLETCHER MILLER Raleigh. N. C. WILLIAM H. MILLOWAY, JR., I H Greensboro. N. C. E. S. MILLSAPS Asheboro. N. C. RICHARD H. MITCHELL. 0 K N Raleigh. N. C. GARLAND ALLISON MONTAGUE Raleigh. N. C. CHARLES N. MOORE Washington. N. C. HOWARD CAMERON MORRIS Charlotte. N. C. PHILIP GILBERT MORRISETTE Camden. N. C. CUTHBERT L. MOSELEY Raleigh. N. C. LESTER ALFRED MULLEN Lincolnton. N. C. Page One Hundred Forty-one tegY C AGROMECK OF N‘14 THIRTY-SEVEN JAMES LORE MURRAY Newton. N. C. HAROLD NASS New York. N. Y. HENRY ROTHROCK NODE Pitssboro. N. C. ALFRED ARTHUR OLIVER. H K A.. .High Point. N. C. BURLEICJI L. OVERBEY Reidsville. N. C. HERMAN A. OWENS. A K P Rocky Mount. N. C. COLE L. PAGE Fairmont. N. C. DALTON DAVID PAGE Raleigh. N. C. WILLIAM JENNINCS PACE Autryvilk. N. C. LAWRENCE R. PARSONS. JR.. A K U..Burlington. N. J. JAMES D. PATTON Fnnklin. N. C. WILLIAM HALLYBURTON PATTON Andrews, N. C. WM. A. J. PEACOCK Goldsboro. N. C. WILLIAM DEAN PENNINCTON.... Nathan, Creek. N. C. RUSSELL CARL PERRY Raleigh, N. C. CARL HERMAN PETERSON Leethburg. Pa. PETE A. PIIRYDAS Greensboro. N. C. J. C. PIERCE. JR. Grassy Creek. N. C. 1 •, JAMES W. PIERCE. Z ♦ K Swarthmore, Pa. 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YOUNG HAROLD ZEKARIA FRANK JOHN 7.ERILLI ELMER JACK BENDIGO aAeIey, 1781-1814 THE WAR OF 1 8 1 2 s THE COLOR GUARD COL. CHARLES S. CAFFERY Commandant MILITARY The Reserve Officers Training Corps is one of the major divisions of North Carolina State College and is one of the most active organizations on the campus. The unit is the largest regiment in the Fourth Corps Area, and also maintains the distinction of being one of the finest R.O.T.C. units in the entire country. The unit is under the direction of five commissioned Army officers. These officers act as drill instructors. military classroom professors. and executives who handle the supplies. training program, and the social activities of the military unit. It is because of the untiring efforts of these tactical officers that the unit has been able to maintain its rank as one of the best drilled units in the country. The Instruction of the R.O.T.C. is divided into two main divisions. The first two years. or basic course. is required and teaches the fundamentals of military science. It also helps to select those that will be chosen for advance work. The last two years. or advanced course. deals with military problems. aerial photography, military law. the study and use of the various types of weapons. and finally a study of some outstanding military problems. Along with these instructions. the student is taught the proper care of their bodies. Throughout the courses. the student is taught the fundamental duties of an American citizen along with its responsibilities and principles. MAJOR KENNETH G. ALTHAVS Executive Officer MAJOR BEN W. VENABLE Third Battalion MAJOR ROBERT E. JONES First Battalion MAJOR THORNTON CHASE Second Battalion REGIMENTAL STAFF F. L. CONNELL. Colonel • C. S. GALE La.-Colonel GEORGE ESTES Regimental Staff Capron, P. W. WARLICK Regimental Adjutant I.. N. BROWN Regimental Staff Captain It H. MORRISON Regimental Staff Captain J. F. CURRY Regimental Staff Captai n F. C. GORE Regimental Stall Captain G. G. GETZ Regimental Staff Captain J. E. BING Regimental Staff Captain J. E. GRANTHAM Regimental Seegeant-MdlOC RIFLE BATTALION COMMANDERS AND STAFFS MARIO COMOLLI Major—First Battalion G. F. ALLEN Captain-Adjutant—First Battali. J. T. MASSEY Sergeant-Major—First C. A. PENDLETON Battalion. It V. OUST Battalion J. A. BOYKIN Sergeant-Major—Second Battalion J. F. RYNESKA Major—Third Battalion H. C. BYRD Captain-Adjutant—Third Siltation J. T. CATLIN. HI Sergeant-Major—Third Battalion DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS OFFICERS C. A. R1THER Captain A. J. GERLOCK Lieutenant J. B. HUBBARD Lieutenant PETER IHRtK, JR. Lieutenant THE BAND OFFICERS R. G B. BOURNE Captain T. T. ALLISON Lieutenant W. F. CoilsErr Lieutenant R. R. HOOD Lieutenant RIFLE TEAM Bork Roy- J011 tIOT, CERT, SILIA. BOST, Curl% SMALLI XCTO•. WSLSON. Frost Roe: LaCAWTRA, IllsvIroant. Rt. Pon, Wuxi. Stutz_ HOLLOWAY, WAIIIIN, MAK Vx,..ots.. AR. BLAUSFRIRNGUE RRAMT J. B. 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Amass Gr.,In AGROMECK OF Page One Hundred Seventy one R. H. MORRISON. JR. Editor A majority of people probably look upon those students who spend long hours every week in work- ing on The Technician as Wing a bit queer. True. these reporters and advertising solicitors spend many weary hours every week in order that the campus may receive its newspaper every Friday morning. THE TECHNICIAN 1936 1937 • True. these embryo editors and business managers sometimes get tired of their work and quit. But to those who are really interested. who have a dash of printer ' s ink in their blood. the dividend in their college newspaper work is a large percentage of their investment. The dividend for time lost from books. from movies. from bull-sessions is not a mone- tary one. but a return in valuable contacts over the campus. in ability to express thought clearly and con- cisely. in ability to talk to anyone without being self-conuious. in ability to type. It isn ' t the hope of recognition as a campus leader that draws together the personnel of The Technician staff. That are much easier and more effective ways of achieving that renown than putting in the hours on the student weekly. Its something that makes old Technician men return to the office to sit and chat. that makes for a kindred bond between all staff mem- bers past and present. Its something like a fraternity. both to those who have pounded the streets and sold ads and to those who have burrowed sleepy heads in books during the wee sma ' hours at Edwards and Broughton while waiting for the galley proof of that final page. Its a fraternity the bonds of which the members wouldn ' t break for the world. though they openly swear at the hard work and long hours. It ' s a chance for a student to get a cross•section of student life: a chance which he can get in no other activity. It ' s life itself. EDITORIAL. STAFF R. F. COLEMAN Managing Editor DICK MCPHAIL News CLARENCE S. GALE . Sports BOB BLACKSVOOD Assistant Sports ED QUINTARD Society HELLS SCOTT Exchange DICK MACKENZIE Columnist JOHN BIND . Columnist BEECHIE GAITHER Cartoonist JOHN MILHOLLAND Photographer H JOE FRYE SCOTT BOWERS Reporter Reporter 1 TOMS DOVER Reporter DE DAVIDSON . Reporter J. E. MICHAEL Reporter rn GEORGE. BETHELL Reporter z O CHARLES Asst. Business Mgr. GEORGE. NOULLES .. Aut. Business Mgr. 7}1 MARIO COMOLLI National Advertising Manager R. I. HUFFMAN Circulation Manager ml ED WIT ROW BOB JOHN% Aut. Circulation Manager Asst. Circulation Manager g 1 L. M. BROWN PIERCE FLEMING Loral Adve . local Advertising R. M. CHATHAM. JR. 1 oral Advertising TOM MORAN Local Advertising A G. J. BELl.. JR. J. S. LAND. JR. Loral Advertising I cal Advertising )1. ROBERT BC6EMAN Local Advertising le., Ws. Page One Hundred Seventy•two Cs A A . STATE COLLEGE J. F. CURRY Business Manager BUSINESS STAFF COLEMAN MCPHAIL GALE BLACKwCX)o QUINTARD SCOTT MACKENZIE. BING GAITHER MILIIOLL AND FRYE BOWERS DOVER DAVIDSON MICHAEL BETHELL DUNNAGAN MULLES COMCLLI HUFFMAN WITHROw JOHNZ BROWN FLEMING MORAN LAND BELL BC6EMAN TH I RTY-SEV EN AGROMECK OF 00 Page One Hundred 5,centy-thr.. HAL OVERMAN Editor EDITORIAL STAFF VIRGIL LANE J. G. BRONSON C. It ST1NNETTE C. D. HOWELL DAVID SATTERFIELD D. C. DIXON MORT BRENNAN Gm LEE J. B. GAITHER JOHN THOMPSON HUNT FISHER RUSSEL SORRELL K. W. CLARK JOHN BING THE WATAUGAN As another year draws swiftly to a close, we look back and see that the Wataugan has enjoyed its twelfth year of success. To the editorial staff—our congratulations for getting so many is- sues past the administrative authorities without being called to account. To the business staff—you have done a nice job making the Wataugan a financial success. Trying to give each student on the campus exactly what he wants is a real problem. you have come as near satisfying everyone as you possibly could have done. To those of you who do not read the Wataugan we might say that it is an en- tirely humorous magazine published at irregular intervals six times each year. BUSINESS STAFF DICK GARRABRANT STEVE HAWES JIM SEARS HUGH JOHNSON P. P. HOOVER JIM PIERCE MAURICE CANADY JIM BURNHAM BOB STUCKEY BAYARD LANE CHARLEY COOK JAKE MARSH BROWN CROSLAND TOMMY GOAD Managing Editor Business Manager Page One Hundred Seventy-four STATE COLLEGE THE AGRICULTURIST The Agriculturist is a publication de- voted in a major way to the activities of the agricultural department of State College. It is edited by students of agri- culture and keeps the alumni well posted on the doings of this branch of the school. The Agriculturist has proven itself to be a splendid channel for pub- licizing the college and agriculture school, and affords an opportunity to the students to express themselves and their opinions on subjects that are of in- terest to the farmers and extension workers throughout the state. This commendable publication has established itself in the thirteen years that it has been on the campus to such a degree that it has not only become an almost necessary part of the agricultural school. but one that is eagerly awaited by the students. H. C. BRAGAW Editor EDITORIAL STAFF ALEX Fox Managing Editor J. B. HELTZEL Associate Editor JOE Poo Ag News ROY ECKER Forestry News F. H. JETER Extension News L. R. HARRILL Club News H. H. BOLING Typist BUSINESS STAFF H. G. BROWN Assistant Manager W. C. MONROE Advertising Manager W. M. OSBORNE Assistant Advertising P. J. LYERLY Circulation Manager L. N. HALL Assistant Circulation W. C. MONROE H. G. BROWN Advertising Manager Business Manager THIRTY-SEVEN AGROMECK OF 014 Page One Hundred Seventy-flee THE PINETUM " 1 he l ' ineturn is published yearly as the annual of the Forestry School. The staffs of the past few years have done wonders in surmounting all the ob- stacles to make the Pinetum one of the best publications on the campus. By the efforts of these staffs the Pinetum has grown from a very small publica- tion to one of which the Forestry School is justly proud. This year the editorial staff has enlarged the annual again, and has used more pictures of various kinds. The business staff cannot be overlooked. for it is through them that these ad- vancements are made possible. They procure the advertising and handle all the financial affairs of the publication. C. M. MATTHEWS Editor EDITORIAL STAFF BUSINESS STAFF C. M. MATTHEWS Editor J. B. HELTZEL Business Manager H. W. LULL Managing Editor E. W. RYDER Assistant Manager H. C. BRAGAW Associate Editor N. B. WATTS Assistant Manager W. H. WHEELER . . Aft Editor a C. DIXON . Circulation Manager H. DEI.PHIN Humor W. G. EVANS . Circulation Manager J. N. BARKDOLL Freshman Editor C. K. DALE Local Advertising J. L. Hurl: Local Advertising W. H. WHEELER, JR. Art Editor J. B. HELIZEL Business Manager % It Page One Hundred Seventy-six " STATE COLLEGE THIRTY-SEVEN ea1 4) fl 11111“ anal .4 •S Alk A L Mc k, erfr ttit • I ea, • ••• r, W. M. BAILEY R. F. COLEMAN H. R. MCSWAIN L. C. BROOKS J. A. WOftRELL J. G. CAW A. J. GERLOCK C. S. GALE F. C. GORE L. N. BROWN P. W. WARLICK C. E. BOGER D. W. DURHAM C. M. MATTHEWS J. W. SEARS R. MACKENZIE MEMBERS J. G. BRONSON C. E. CLARK R. B. GRAHAM CHAS. DUNNAGAN D. L. RAMSEY J. T. CATLIN H. S. OVERMAN E. A. QUINTARD R. H. MORRISON B. S. TUCKER J. W. PIERCE P. A. HOOVER H. R. CRAWFORD W. L. FANNING J. H. WARREN J. C. FRINK R. H. REYNOLDS Puy: One Hundred Seventy-seven AGROMECK OF 0 4 STUDENT GOVERNMENT OFFICERS L. N. BROWN President C. M. MATTHEWS ..... Vice-President J. C. FRINK Secretary R. MACKENZIE Treasurer L. N. BROWN President MEMBERS SENIORS L. N. BROWN F. C. GORE H. C. COOKE C. M. MATTHEWS C. A. RYTHER Juniors J. C. FRINK R. MACKENZIE JIM FULGHUM RAY PITTMAN D. L. RAMSEY Sophomores W. M. BAILEY T. E. HENDREN W. L. FANNING J. WORRELL Freshman H. D. MEANS Page One Hundred Severny•eight STATE COLLEGE rn C. M. MATTHEWS J. C. FRINK Secretary R. MACKENZIE Treasurer STUDENT GOVERNMENT It is the purpose of the Student Government to handle all mallet% of student conduct. honor. and general student interest: and to promote in campus life self-control. personal responsibility. and loyalty to the college and to the student body. Every duly registered student of North Carolina State College automatically becomes a member of the Student Government and is subject to the jurisdiction of its legislative branches. Each under- graduate at the time of his enrollment must sign a pledge accepting his part in the Student Government and pledging his support to the cause. The article of the Student Government had its origin at this college in MI. Since that time there have been revisions made in order that changing conditions and needs might be adequately coped with. but the prin- ciples of student participation have remained unchanged. The Student Government is valuable to the students in that it develops-5 a sense of responsibility in the student and trains him along lines which are conducive to good I. F. t COOKE GORE R1THER FIAGEIUM PITTMAN RAMSEY BAILEY FANNING WORRELL MEANS THIRTY-SEVEN AGROMECK OF ' N014 Page One Hundred Seventy-nine YOUNG MEN ' S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION J. G. GAw President EXECUTIVE CABINET M. M. DAIL J. W. OGLETREE C. R. STINNETTE SAM B. Moss ROBERT MARSH N. B. WATTS R. F. COLEMAN rn D. W. DURHAM E. S. KING General Secretary n Page One Hundred Eighty STATE COLLEGE R. L. STALLINGS Associate Scree:cry THE PURPOSE OF THE Y. M. C. A. The Young Men ' s Christian Association on the State College campus is a fellowship whose primary purpose is to win boys and men to Jesus Christ. to associate with them in Christian living. and to help them to discover and to accept the full meaning of Christian discipleship for their own lives and for society. Like all living fellowships. our Association has been responsive to changing situations and to new factors in its environment. This development appears in range of fellowship, in extension of program. in liberty of thought and practice. in church and community relations. and in world-wide brotherhood. Through all changes we are a Christian Association. seeking to discover what Jesus Christ means for us as men and boys. and to commit ourselves to God through him. Through Jesus Christ—his life. his death. his resurrection—we find ourselves brought face to face with God. whose creative good will and redemptive love sum- mon us to self discipline and heroic adventure. We would seek to make all our activities expressive of our Christian purpose. Group life. personal rela- tions. the management of our Association and the larger meetings of our Movement afford opportunities for dis- covery and fulfillment of personal needs. the sharing of aspirations and purpose. and the realization of our allegiance to Jesus. We would join in Bible study and prayer as means to the fuller understanding of Jesus and the sharing of the divine purpose. and would seek to make our activities and contacts the means of occasions of an effective Christian evangelism. As a Young Men ' s Christian Association. we are challenged to adventurous thinking and to creative action. We live in a world where new issues continually arise, new problems emerge. and new resources are discovered. We are concerned with youth. which brings to life fresh vision and hope. and in whose hands lies the making of tomorrow. THIRTY-SEVEN AGROMECK OF sage One Hundred Etghty one DELTA SIGMA PI III ' TY-FOUR AC FIVE CHAPTERS COLORS: Old Gold and Royal Purple FLOWER: Red Rose BETA DELTA CHAPTER Installed May 22, 1929 MARIO COMOLLI President OFFICERS MARIO COMOLLI President HERBERT FISHER Vice-President RAYMOND JORDAN Secretary JAMES FULGHUM Treasurer DR. R. 0. Moem Faculty Adviser MEMBERS R. W. JORDAN R. C. KEYS K. T. RAND J. F. RYNESKA W. B. SMALL ALTON SMITH R. L. STALLINGS A. J. TEMPLETON T. T. ALLISON W. M. BELL J. CAUDILL MARIO COMOLLI F. H. FISHER W. B. FOUNTAIN rn JAMES FULCRUM D. L. GILBERT O Faculty DR. R. 0. MOEN B. F. BROWN P. C. B. SHULENBERGER R. W. GREEN e% Page One Hundred Eighty-two STATE COLLEGE Delta Sigma Pi was founded at New York University. School of Commerce. Accounts. and Finance on November 7. 1907. It is a professional commerce and business administration fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities. to encourage scholarship. and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice. to pro- mote a closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce. and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial wel- fare of the community. FISHER JORDAN FuLatum ALLISON BELL CAUDILL FOUNTAIN GILBERT KEYS RAND RYNESKA SMALL SMITH TEMPLETON THIRTY-SEVEN AGROMECK OF Page One Hundred Eighty-three PINE BURR SOCIETY COLORS: Navy Blue and Red FLOWERS: Violet and Red Rose C. M. MATTHEWS President OFFICERS C. M. MATTHEWS President A. R. BLACKBURN Vice-President F. L. CONNELL Treasurer V. A. THORPE Recording Secretary R. L. POTEET Corresponding Secretary MEMBERS L. H. ABRAHAM J. J. AMERO A. R. BLACKBURN J. A. BOLAND W. L. COLWELL. JR. F. L. CONNELL H. C. COOKE J. F. CURRY A. DAMMANN D. W. DURHAM GEORGE ESTES J. W. FURR C. S. GALE C. F. LANGE W. H. BROWNE, JR. E. L. CLOYD J. E. FOSTER C. L. MANN I. 0. SCHAUB J. T. MASSEY C. M. MATTHEWS R. H. MORRISON H. S. OVERMAN R. L. POTEET R. V. POWELL H. V. SCARBOROUGH C. B. SHINER C. R. STINNETTE V. A. THORPE L. A. WARD L. B. WEBB F. L. WOODARD J. P. WOODARD C. B. SHULENBERGER W. N: HICKS L. M. KEEVER L. L. VAUGHAN C. B. WILLIAMS H1t1 0 N 3 H.1 Faculty L. E. WOOTEN Honorary COL. J. W. HARRELSON JOHN W. THOMPSON Pave One Hundred Eighty-four , e V 11 STATE COLLEGE DR. E. C. BROOKS JUDGE W. P. STACY Pine Burr began with a membership of ten faculty members and sixteen student members in the spring of 1922. It has maintained its place as the largest and most representative honor society on the campus. It is free of national tics and devotes its work entirely to the betterment of State College by encouraging scholarship and leadership. and by participating in various projects for campus improvements. Students eligible for membership must have a scholastic average of 85. must never have failed a course. must have taken part in extra- curricular work. and must be of good moral character and high ideals. ABRAHAM BLACKBURN BOLAND CALDWELL CONNELL COOKE CURRY DAMMANN DURHAM ESTES PURR GALE MORRISON OVERMAN POTEET POWELL SCARBOROUGH SHIMER STINNETTE THORPE WARD WEBB F. WOODARD J. WOODARD TH I RTY-SEVEN Eighty-Rue 4, N%%C. Page One Hundred AGROMECK OF ALPHA ZETA FORTY-TWO ACTIVE CHAPTERS COLORS: Mode and Sky Blue FLOWER: Pink Carnation NORTH CAROLINA CHAPTER Installed 1904 • J. P. WOODARD President OFFICERS J. P. WOODARD Chancellor W. A. EDWARDS Censor SAM WILLIAMS Scribe L. E. AUMAN Treasurer J. H. HARRIS Chronicler MEMBERS L. E. AUMAN A. J. GERLOCK S. L. WILLIAMS H. C. BRAGAW J. H. HARRIS J. G. ABRAMS H. H. BOLING J. S. HOLLAMON G. C. ALEXANDER C. E. CALLIHAN H. B. HUNTER H. L. BRAKE W. H. CUTCHIN C. M. MATTHEWS W. L. COLWELL J. R. DOSSENBACH J. W. Pou J. W. awls W. G. DAVIS J. P.WOODARD P. J. LYERLY W. A. EDWARDS W. H. WHEELER H. D. MORRIS J. C. FRINK L. N. HALL r 1 Page One Hundred Eighty-six STATE COLLEGE Ai H_Dzi ON 3 H1 Faculty J. A. AREY E. B. MORROW J. G. WEAVER L. 0. ARMSTRONG G. K. MIDDLETON L. A. WHITFORD E. C. BLAIR R. F. POOLE A. D. STUART J. E. FOSTER J. P. PILLSBURY LUTHER SHAW L. R. HARRILL G. 0. RANDALL H. W. TAYLOR J. V. HOFMANN R. H. RUFFNER RALPH CUMMINGS F. H. JETER 1. 0. SCHAUB OLAF WAKEFIELD P. H. KtiktE R. Y. WINTERS W. H. PEARCE. Z. P. METCALF D. S. WEAVER R. M. WILLIAMS The North Carolina chapter of Alpha Zeta. national honorary agriculture fraternity, was established in 1904. Alpha Zeta ' s fi rst chapter was founded at Ohio State University in 1897. The members are chosen from the upperclassmen of the School of Agriculture who have a scholastic ranking in the upper two-fifths of their classes. The limitation for mem- bership also requires that only those students who possess outstanding qualities of character and leadership be admitted. The chapter is always striving for the advancement and better- ment of the Agriculture School. and all agricultural endeavors. GERLOCK FR INK WHEELER ALEXANDER EDWARDS WILLIAMS BRAKE MATTHEWS IYERLY HALL Pou DOSSENBACII HOLLOMAN HARRIS W. DAVIS BRAGAW CUTCHIN Hymn J. DAVIS COLWELL CALLIHAN ABRAMS ADMAN TH I RTY-SEVEN •S AGROMECK OF Page One Hundred Eighry.reven I TAU BETA PI SIXTY-TWO ACTIVE CHAPTER!. COLORS: Seal Brown and Red NORTH CAROLINA A LPHA CHAPTER Installed 1925 D. V. Dualism President OFFICERS D. W. DURHAM President V. A. THORPE Recording Secretary J. E. DICKINSON, JR. Corresponding Secretary MEMBERS D. W. DURHAM J. G. GAW V. A. THORPE W. C. BELL J. E. DICKINSON. JR. R. H. MORRISON C. F. LANGE A. R. BLACKBURN W. A. SPEER J. T. MASSEY W. H. FISHER rn Faculty z C. R. BRAMER R. P. KOLB C W. H. BROWNE, JR. C. L. MANN P, E. L. CLOYD E. E. RANDOLPH 1 J. W. HARRELSON H. B. SHAW A. F. GREAVES•WALKER R. L. STONE rs 7; W. N. HICKS L. L. VAUGHAN Cdc Page One Hundred Eighty-eight C ' 4 . ' v,ti STATE COLLEGE The Tau Beta Pi Association. national honor society. covers the entire engineering field. but none other than the engineering. Tau Beta Pi was founded for the chief reason that brilliant engineers being unable to join honor societies. since education seemingly held a monopoly on the honor society at that time. In 1892 the first chapter was founded at Lehigh University. Although distinguished scholarship is the primary requisite for admission into Tau Beta Pi. it is not considered the sole criterion. After scholarship requirements have been fulfilled. the selection is based on integrity. breadth of interest both inside and outside engineering. adaptability. and sell-activity. THORPE DICKINSON LANGE SPEER GAW BELL MORRISON BLACKBURN FISHER THIRTY-SEVEN AGROMECK OF N‘t‘t Page Or.: ;Jun.:red krghty-nine PHI PSI EIGHT ACTIVE CHAPTERS COLORS: Black and Gold FLOWER: Yellow Tea Rose ETA CHAPTER Installed 1924 GEORGE S. ES I1-n. JR. President OFFICERS G. S. ESTES President W. B. CHALK Vice-President E. W. BLACKWOOD Secretary J. A. BOLAND, JR. Treasurer MEMBERS C. W. ALLEN H. S. FALLS R. L. PARKER E. W. BLACKWOOD G. W. FRY M. B. PAYNE J. A. BOLAND. JR. C. L. FULP S. J. PEELE W. M. CARLISLE J. W. FURR D. M. POLLOCH i. W. B. CHALK E. J. HEILMAN J. E. SPAINHOUR W. F. CORBETT PETER IHRIE, JR. C. J. SQUIRES N. M. DALRYMPLE C. E. JOHNSON J. C. STEPP F. M. DAVIDSON F. S. MARTIN T. M. TYNER M. DILLING, JR. T. It MOIR T. S. WALLER R. E. DIXON H. P. MULLEN R. L. WARD O R. W. DUNN G. E. NORMAN E. H. WARREN G. S. ESTES, JR. J. W. OGLETREE H. L. WILDER Faculty J. T. HILTON T. R. HART THOMAS NELSON W. E. SHINN Page One Hundred Ninety %sr, STATE COLLEGE Phi Psi is the largest textile fraternity in the world and its alumni hold some of the highest positions of trust and respect in all branches of the industry. So that the alumn i might maintain closer contact with each other. alumni chapters arc located in all leading tex- tile centers of the country. Since its organization at State College. Eta Chapter has taken an important part in the activities of the Textile School. Its members have been prominent. not only in the affairs of the department but also of the college as a whole. They have gone out to earn places of trust and responsibility in the textile industry.. ALLEN BLACKWOOD BOLAND CARLISLE CHALK CORBETT DALRYMPLE DAVIDSON BILLING DUNN FALLS FRY FULP FURR HEILMAN IHRIE JOHNSON MARTIN MOIR MULLEN NORMAN OGLETREE PARKER PAYNE PEELE POI.LOCK SPAINHOUR SQUIRES STEPP WALLER WARD WARREN WILDER TH I RTY-SEVEN AGROMECK OF N • Page One Hundred Ninety-one ENGINEERS ' COUNCIL OFFICERS F. C. GORE President H. V. SCARBOROUGH Vice•President R. A. NORMAN Secretary P. B. K. SCALES Treasurer FRED C. GORE President STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES F. C. GORE H. V. SCARBOROUGH R. A. NORMAN KEY SCALES R. L. POTEET A. It BLACKBURN J. L. MCLAUGHLIN R. G. B. BOURNE F. L. CONNELL F. N. PHILLIPS H. M. SCHROCK C. E. VIVERETTE L. H. ASBURY. JR. H. L. COOPER FACULTY REPRESENTATIVES PROFESSOR J. M. EDWARDS Architectural Engineering PROFESSOR R. S. FOURAKER Electrical Engineering PROFESSOR W. G. GEILE Civil Engineering PROFESSOR H. B. SHAW Industrial Engineering PROFESSOR L. L. VAUGHN Mechanical Engineering rn PROFESSOR E. E. RANDOLPH Chemical Engineering PROFESSOR A. F. GREAVES•WALKER Ceramic Engineering O Page One Hundred Ninety•two %Ito STATE COLLEGE ENGINEERS ' COUNCIL The Engineers ' Council was organized in the fall of 1926 by a group of students from each of the engineering departments. and with the help of two professors. The purposes of this organization are to promote the interest and welfare of the students in the schools of engi- neering. to create and maintain a fraternal spirit among the students of the several depart- ments. to provide for the management of affairs in which all engineering students are represented. and to provide for the publication of an engineers ' magazine. SCARBOROUGH NORMAN SCALES POTEET BLACKBURN MCLAUGHLIN BOURNE CONNELL SCHROCK VIYERETTE ASBURY COOPER TH IRTY-SEVEN AGROMECK OF NONE Page One Hundred Ninety-three PHI KAPPA PHI OFFICERS K. C. GARRISON President D. W. DURHAM Vice-President A. H. GRIMSHAW Secretary L. L. VAUGHAN Treasurer G. H. SATTERFIELD Corresponding Secretary STUDENT MEMBERS W. C. BELL J. E. DICKINSON. JR. V.T. E. LOOMIS J. A. BOLAND. JR. D. W. DURHAM W. A. SPEER H. H. BOLING A. J. GERLOCK V. A. THORPE C. F. LANGE FACULTY MEMBERS D. B. ANDERSON A. H. GRIMSHAW H. B. SHAW G. W. BARTLETT J. W. HARREISON W. E. SHINN T; B. F. BROWN T. P. HARRISON H. F. SHOO T. E. BROWNE C. M. HECK G. K. SLOCUM W. H. BROWNE. JR. L. E. HINKLE G. R. SMITH J. D. CLARKE W. N. MANN J. L. STUCKEY C. V. CLEVENGER J. W. KELLY D. B. THOMAS E. I.. CLoyo S. G. LEHMAN HARRY TUCKER F. W. COOK MRS. J. S. McKimmON L. L. VAUGHAN R. S. DEARSTYNE C. I.. MANN B. W. WELLS I J. B. DERIEUX Z. P. METCALF I.. A. WHITFORD rn H. A. FISHER T. B. MITCHELL C. B. WILLIAMS C. W. FORSTER J. P. PILLSBURY L. F. WILLIAMS Z J. E. FOSTER R. F. POOLE N. V. WILLIAMS O K. C. GARRISON E. A. F. GREAvEs.WALKER E. RANDOLPH A. J. WILSON W. C. RIDDICK R. Y. WINTERS 70_, R. E. L. GREENE G. H. SATTERFIELD R. E. L. YATES n I. O. SCHAUB HONORARY MEMBERS DR. FRANK P. GRAHAM DR. W. L. POTEAT JUDGE L. R. VARSAR Cara Page One Hundred Ninety-four STATE COLLEGE MeSwat Baca Somas Las Cavercao TVCE • a SA% n HOLY= Gaxaa Cana Baxsox Doty °YUMAN ZIGLAA POWELL LICASK MOILIIIDOX MOO . Gar Fax= DAM WAX X COLIMA.. Ganocx Lama A77.11{Wl BIACICSATAX 1-asva Sua :was Tama McLavaxux Saimaa thaussox Drama Wan PHI ETA SIGMA NORTH CAROLINA STATE COLLEGE CHAPTER INSTALLED MAY 16. 1923 OFFICERS HORACE MCSWAIN President L. C. BROOKS Vice-President W. A. SCHOLES Secretary R. A. Loos Treasurer H. R. CRAWFORD Historian Phi Eta Sigma strives to encourage first-year men to have a desire for the higher things in life. The highest scholastic honor a freshman may receive is to become a member of Phi Eta Sigma. MEMBERS C. J. DuLIN H. S. OVERMAN F. C. ZIGLAR R. V. POWELL J. P. OVERCASH R. H. MORRISON J. E. MOORE J. G. GAW W. H. FISHER A. DAMMANN W. L. CouvELL A. J. GERLOCK D. M. LAMB C. M. MATTHEWS A. R. BLACKBURN C. F. LANGE G. F. SIMMONS V. A. THORPE J. L. MCLAUGHLIN H. M. SCHROCK J. E. DICKINSON D. W. DURHAM L. B. WEBB BRADFORD TUCKER J. P. SAWYER It B. WOODS DAVID COLVIN RALPH JOHNSON C. E. PETERS R. A. SLciousi S. C. HOLMES J. F. GILMORE W. L. CARTER J. G. BRONSON AGROMECK OF Page One Hundred Ninety-five BOLA NO Henn PATNK Fun Jonxbox Ihowm RANTAW Warns TM I I Net, CHM. K SCNANDLAA ANIAI I Wit EWA SIGMA TAU SIGMA FouNDED 1928 OFFICERS J. A. BOLAND President E. S. HORNET Vice-President M. B. PAYNE Secretory and Treasurer MEMBERS J. W. FURR E. H. WARREN C. E. JOHNSON MARSHALL DILLING L. N. BROWN N. M. DALRYMPLE R. E. RErrEw E. H. CURTIS rn J. C. STEPP W. B. CHALK J. M. SCHANDLER W. C. ARIAIL. JR. H. L. WILDER C S. ESTES Z Sigma Tau Sigma was founded for the purpose of instilling in the Textile students a desire higher standards in scholarship. This honorary fraternity offers a cup each year to the Senior in Textiles that has the highest average. To meet the requirements of membership a student must have an average of not less than eighty. The name for this fraternity was selected X from the Greek letters meaning Society of Textile Scholarship. %tic Paco One Hundred Ninetu-six e A STATE COLLEGE Hyst. BLACKIPURN MAr PIN Ricci NICLAUCXLIN DANINI•NN KT NC KERAMOS OFFICERS W. C. BELL . A. R. BLACKBURN Vice-President ADDISON MAUPIN Treasurer W. W. GASKINS Secretary S. G. RIce.s Herald MEMBERS JOHN MCLAUGHLIN W. C. BELL R. B. KNOX A. R. BLACKBURN ARTHUR DAMMANN ADDISON MAUPIN JOHN AMERO W. W. GASKINS CHARLES KING S. G. RIGGS Faculty PROF. 0. F. GREAVES-WALKER R. L. STONE Keramos. the national professional Ceramic Engineering fraternity was organized in 1902 at Ohio State University. While the organization is strictly professional in nature, the require- ments for membership are as high as most of the honorary societies and it permits the wearing of the key by honor students. Membership is offered only to students in the department of Ceramics or Ceramic Engineering who have a good scholarship record. are of good character and give promise of making good in the industry. THIRTY-SEVEN AGROMECK OF Ot ti Page One Hundred Ninety seven BRONSON DRLAIdAll HEITZ I t•LA IC KATZ I.nm SI ASA MOORE SICSWAI A Stan Smut SMITH rip:NORTE t o of GAMMA SIGMA EPSILON ELEVEN ACTIVE CHAPTERS COLORS: Cobalt Blue and White FLOWER: Orchid ALPHA BETA CHAPTER Installed 1921 MEMBERS J. G. BRONSON C. F. LANGE D. SENER C. D. DELAMAR F. E. MASK H. B. SMITH N. S. HERTZ J. E. MOORE C. R. STINNETTE S. M. HULAK C B. MCSWAIN V. A. THORPE J. L. KATZ W. REPONY V. H. WAEHLI G. R. KILLAM J. F. SEELEY L. B. WEBB D. M. LAMB R. E. WHEELESS Faculty rn A. J. WILSON L. F. WILLIAMS W. A. REID W. E. JORDAN Z E. E. RANDOLPH 0 The object of Gamma Sigma Epsilon is to increase interest and scholarship in chemistry. and the general welfare of the chemist. The formation of Gamma Sigma Epsilon was for the purpose of happiness, comfort, and health of its fellowmen: to bring into closer relation the = facts of science with the truths of God through the promotion of chemistry. The fraternity also promotes the subordination to law by engineering a hig her regard for virtue and truth and rit unity with the members in close bond of friendship and fellow feeling those deemed worthy of 72:„, esteem. Pave One Hundred Ninety-eight . ' vii STATE COLLEGE Ricci Bons. 6..47 I ' ul,111 Rxxx HOWELL Riots R. S. Bucrw000 Dun CLAIIKI F. W. But KM., DAIL Cuss Gnix Hoop MU BETA PSI ALPHA CHAPTER OFFICERS S. G. RIGGS. JR. President R. G. B. BOURNE Vice-President It P. How Treasurer H. L. WILDER. JR. Secretary MEMBERS J. A. RENN L. W. COATES F. F. FLEMMING E. W. RYDER R. S. BLACKWOOD WILLIAM DEBOY J. B. TOLLISON W. H. DARST. JR. E. L. CLOYD Honorary JAMES FONTAINE J. C. THORNE E. W. BLACKWOOD M. M. DAIL K. W. CLARKE L. R. CRANE I. W. SMITH PAUL GREEN C. F. HOWELL C. D. KUTSCHINSKI THIRTY-SEVEN Page One Hundred Ninery-nint AGROMECK OF SIX14%- THETA TAU RHO CHAPTER Installed 1924 MEMBERS C. D. DELAMAR T. A. RIVENBARK. JR. S. M. HULAK W. S. TERRELL W. R. MANN J. E. DICKINSON. JR. H. V. SCARBOROUGH. JR. C. F. LANGE T. T. SHORT Theta Tau. a national professional engineering fraternity. installed Rho Chapter at State r] College in 1924. The total membership in the chapter now exceeds three hundred. The pur- pose of the fraternity is to develop and maintain a high standard of professional interest and to unite the members in a strong bond of fraternal fellowship. 0 70, Page Iwo Hundred STATE COLLEGE 11‘1111 SIGMA PI ALPHA SEVEN CHAPTERS ALPHA CHAPTER Installed 1927 COLORS: Red and Gold FLOWER: Red Rose of Anjou OFFICERS F. J. JOHNSON President M. COMOLLI Vice-President D. HALES Secretary MEMBERS S. A. CHUDZIK W. W. NICKELS J. C. HACKNEY P. F. LINEBERRY J. MATYS S. B. Moss W. C. REPONY G. WINLOCK L. P. SPITALNIK C. It STINETTE R. E. WHELESS Faculty L. E. HINKLE J. D. PAULSON S. T. BALLENGER D. B. THOMAS C. E. BRANNON G. BARTLETT E W. RUGGLES H. F. SCHOOF S. R. WINSTON I. 0. GARODNICK F. W. LANCASTER A. M. FOUNTAIN Sigma Pi Alpha is a National Honorary Language Fraternity. Alpha chapter. founded at State College in 1927. is the mother chapter of the organization. Student membership is limited to those who have a high honor average in language and an honor average in general scholastic work. TH I RTY-SEVEN Page Two Hundred One it AGROMECK OF N, AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS OFFICERS F. L. CONNELL President T. G. GOAD Vice-President E. L. GUERRANT Secretary JIMMY BISHOP Treasurer R. G. BOURNE . Council Member HAL OVERMAN Junior Council Member MEMBERS F. T. ABBOTT A. S. ABRAHAMS C. J. GRAY S. D. ROGERS P. GREEN G. R. Ross L. ABRAHAM W. C. AYERS J. W. Mows D. W. GRIFFITH D. SCHLENGER R. SORRELL C. R. BAYNE D. C. KING W. A. SPEER A. N. BEARDSLEE G. BELL J. LEFT G. SLITHER ' 1 it A. Loos W. G. TAYLOR I G. E. BETTS J. P. LOREK A. L. THOMAS It M. BLOODGOOD W. R. MANN F. N. THOMPSON R] M. C. BRENNAN M. H. MEEKINS W. B. TRUITT R. W. BRITT R. H. MITCHELL W. 0. TRUITT H. R. CRAWFORD R. MONROE L. A. WARD Z W. H. FISHER C. L. MOSELEY D. T. WAYNICK C. J. FLEMING W. C. FORSYTHE D. W. MCLEAN M. D. WILLIS O J. W. PIERCE R. L. WILLIS 7 ' J. M. FOSTER J. R. PINKHAM T. W. WILSON n J. G. GAW R. M. GOODWIN R. V. POWELL W. W. WOODARD B. B. REDMON F. ZIGLAR = The North Carolina State College branch of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers includes men of the sophomore and upperclasses in mechanical engineering. Elections for n membership are held semi-annually. One of the most valuable advantages of membership is P that it aids to develop initiative and ability to express ideas prerequisite of good executives. %lc Page Two Hundred Two . 1 STATE COLLEGE AMERICAN CERAMIC SOCIETY OFFICERS A. R. BLACKBURN C. D. KING A. MAUPIN W. W. GASKINS Treasurer PROFESSOR A. F. GREAVES-WALKER Faculty Adviser J. J. AMERO W. C. BELL A. It BLACKBURN W. C. CRESS A. DAMMON W. H. ELLIS W. W. GASKINS MEMBERS K. W. HALL P. B. IRBY C. D. KING R. B. KNox. JR. C. M. LAMBE. JR. J. D. LANGDON A. MCKIMMON J. L. MCLAUGHLIN A. MAUPIN G. PALMER. JR. S. G. RIGCS. JR. P. SANDIDGE J. P. SAWYER. JR. W. A. SCHOLES B. S. TUCKER President Vice-President Secretary THIRTY-SEVEN J. M. BURNHAM. III S. DERBYSHIRE C. M. GATTIS. JR. H. S. GIBBS, JR. R. H. GRANGER J. C. HAYNES J. A. HEDGPETH C. V. ISENHOUR ASSOCIATE MEMBERS J. W. JONES R. F. MCCANE W. S. MCLAUGHLIN D. L. MCLAURIN. JR. R. T. MCNEELY J. L. MORGAN F. T. PEDEN. JR. R. B. REEVES. JR. G. C. ROBINSON F. P. SABOL E. H. SAYRE J. N. SMITH C. K. SPRUILL J. E. STEVENSON R. C. STUCKY E. A. WILLIAMS, JR. C. B. WCODHOUSE This organization. the national technical society of the ceramic industry. was organized in 1889 by six undergraduates in the first department of ceramic engineering in the world. at Ohio State University. Having no competition from other technical societies in the ceramic field. it has shown a constant and healthy growth and has become one of the outstanding technical organizations in the country. 4 AGROMECK OF Page Two Hundred Three 1. AG RICULTURAL EDUCATION SOCIETY OFFICERS First Term 0. J. GAYLORD President V. L. HOLLOWAY Vice-President E. B. BROWNE Secretary J. L. TUNNELL Treasurer J. H. BLACKMON Reporter Second Term F. BLOUNT President L. E. AUMAN Vice-President H. G. SNIPES Secretary tTi z J. L. TUNNELL L. N. HAL L Treasurer Reporter 0 MEMBERS All Students of Agricultural Education The Agricultural Education Society is an organization consisting of students registered in agricultural education. The purpose of the society is to interest the students in practical prob- lems of teaching agriculture and to start them working along progressive lines. Meetings are held 7i• twice a month. at which time debates are held and practical topics are discussed. Page no Hundred Four STATE COLLEGE FACULTY MEMBERS THOMAS NELSON A. H. GRIMSHAW T. R. HART W. E. SHINN J. T. HILTON J. G. LEWIS STUDENT MEMBERS All Students in the Textile School The Tompkins Textile Society is a professional organization which was founded at State College for the purpose of having a place where students might discuss textile problems and other subjects connected with the textile industry. Meetings are held weekly. and at various times during the year men prominent in textile address the society. In this manner students come in contact with men who are experienced in the textile field. and can obtain valuable information from them. During the spring term. the Textile Department conducts an exposi- tion. and the Tompkins Textile Society takes an active part in this activity. The textile show features a fashion parade. which is participated in by students from various girls ' schools in the state. All the material for the dresses used in this parade is designed and woven by State College students. V TOMPKINS TEXTILE SOCIETY OFFICERS W. B. CHALK JOHN A. BOLAND. JR. E. V. BLACKWOOD .. President Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer TH I RTY-SEVEN AGROMECK OF Page Two Hundred Five AGRICULTURAL CLUB 01:110ERS First Term D. L. HOLLER President 0. J. GAYLORD Vice-President J. W. Pot, Secretary-Treasurer Second Term F. B. GIBSON President J. L. YELVERTON. JR. Vice-President E. H. WILSON Secretary-Treasurer Third Term V. L. HOLLAWAY President J. P. WOODARD Vice-President I rn P. J. LYERLY Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Z All Students in the School of Agriculture 0 The Agricultural Club. which has shown through its record of achievement and success that it deserves the position of prominence which it has attained, is the official student organi- zation of the School of Agriculture. It strives to afford the agricultural students lessons in - conducting deliberative body. and thus it gives active practice as serving as an aid in developing leadership among the students and in public speaking. Interesting talks on different phases of agriculture by men connected with the School of Agriculture or the Experimental Station and by the students themselves, are given on the programs of the Agricultural Club. Page Two liundrod Six Y4 STATE COLLEGE THE NORTH CAROLINA STATE FORESTRY CLUB MEMBERS TH I RTY-SEV EN Membership into the North Carolina State Forestry Club is not limited to a certain group of students but is open for membership to all the students of the Forestry School. This out- standing campus organization was formed in the interest of the profession. to encourage the students to become more closely associated with each other. and to supply a means for the discussion of subjects closely related to the field of forestry. Page Two Hundred Seem N AGROMECK OF N-t N. B. WATTS W. M. LOVVORN W. D. GASH G. H. LLOYD R. L. NICHOLSON C. M. WRIGHT C. B. SHIMER M. HOWERTON L. FOSTER R. C. EAKER J. P. MOOREFIELD C. BRAGAW T. E. GERBER H. C. MARTIN F. THOMPSON H. DELPHIN L. HURST C. K. DALE A. A. Norrziac A. Fox V. KAREIVA C. D. KUHNS T. BOLLENDORF J. B. HELTZEL G. W. DUNKELBERGER G. W. A RNOTT D. DIXON J. SHAPIRO E. W. RYDER C. H. PETERSON F. D. MAYFIELD A. F. HonEictra J. A. WHITMAN J. W. FARRIOR J. S. CAMBELL L. P. SPITALNIK J. T. FRYE C. EASTERLING J. MATYS W. L. COLWELL C. F. RUSSEL A. SIMMONS it S. JOHNSON P. GRIFFITH G. E. SMITH J. W. Dims M. H. TAYLOR H. R. RUPY F. L. WOODARD H. J. HARTLEY M. M. DILLINGHAM J. L. BELL R. J. ROBERTSON S. INGRAM W. B. DUNN Faculty J. V. HOFFMAN G. K. SLOCUM LENTHALL WYMAN At.wox Aver BLACK GROG Bac°KN Brae 80DWILL CvsLug CitAxt DiGar FRENCH FRAIZIZA GILMORZ MARREN HARREIJON MORGAN MANNING Toot POLLOCK Romrsox RVNION S..1,111001 MILL SIMMONS SHORT SALSA SHARP P.. VIVARRITL W. VIVRAMIL Wsuas %VILMA)°, Wax to AOooauea You K Your° SCA10101101,G11 DICLINIOX Gsn AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS OFFICERS Chairman Vice-Chairman Secretary-Treasurer Counselor H. V. SCARBOROUGH. JR. J. E. DICKINSON. JR. G. G. GETZ R. S. FOURAKER rn O MEMBERS J. H. HARDEN M. H. HonE F. R. HARRELSON H. L. MORGAN B. F. MANNING J. T. MASSEY F. A. MEUNIER H. R. NODE R. C. POLLOCK A. D. ROBERTSON R. S. RUNION E. S. SPAINHOUR J. D. SEWELL G. F. SIMMONS T. T. SHORT A. J. SILER W. D. SHARP C. E. VIVERETTE W. E. VIVERETTE J. M. WILLIS C. L. WOODY S. R. WILLIAMS S. B. WOOLARD M. W. WOODRUFF M. M. YORK E. D. YOUNG V. D. ALMOND J. C. AVERY R. S. BLAcKwOOD L. C. BROOKS C. R. BROWNING H. C. BYRD P. G. BODWELL H. N. CYRUS L. R. CRANE E. H. DICKEY J. W. FRENCH T. R. FRAIZIER J. F. GILMORE The American Institute of Electrical Engineers was founded by a group of telephone and telegraph engineers in 1884. The purpose of the society is to promote the advancement of the theory and practice of electrical engineering and of the allied arts and sciences, and the mainte- nance of a high professional standard among its members. Two Hundred Eight 9,4 STATE COLLEGE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS OFFICERS R. L. POTEET . President F. C. GORE Vice-President C. D. DELAMAR Secretary J. J. HASSELL Treasurer J. G. BRONSON Recorder MEMBERS All Sophomores. Juniors and Seniors of the Chemical Engineering Department Although one of the most recent branches of national engineering organizations to be estab- lished at the North Carolina State College. the local student branch of American Institute of Chemical Engineers, nevertheless. plays an outstanding part in the activities of the School of Engineering. Topics of technical interest. particularly those related to chemistry. are discussed at the monthly meetings. THIRTY-SEVEN Page Two Hundred Nine AGROAkECK OF H_LIION 3141 BRAGAW COHAN CrTZ MAIN T. HINKS Farm ' (HUNT HA )1 PA AN F Rr.ccom CLANK Rntrw MIAMIAN, KING Mmox DAM HANN NORTH CAROLINA STATE COLLEGE LIFE SAVING CORPS MEMBERS North Carolina State College Life Saving Corps was organized in the spring of 1935. The corps is affiliated with the American National Red Cross Life Saving Service. The purpose of this organization is to teach and promote swimming. life saving. and water safety. Before the Corps was organized. individual examiners conducted such work. During the past five years over 400 students have been issued senior life saving certificates. The student in order to become a member of the corps must have an Examiner ' s appoint- ment from the American National Red Cross Life Saving Service, and be accepted by the charter members. H. C. BRAGAW C. L. CHAMBERS E. A. COHAN It L. DAVIS G. G. GETZ J. B. HINES TOM HINES J. W. ESPEY. JR. J. E. GRANTHAM R. NICHOLSON R. S. PAYNE F. N. THOMPSON W. W. WOODARD ALEX REGDON R. S. CLARK P. P. DAVIS M. 0. WILLIS R. E. RErrEw S. J. PEELE. JR. A. S. ABRAHAMS C. D. KING M. H. MASON J. H. Cox A. C. DAMMANN C. C. STorr Honorary Members COL. J. W. HARRELSON MRS. HUBERT YOUNG J. F. MILLER P Page Two Hundred Ten , +4 STATE COLLEGE LAMBDA GAMMA DELTA EPSILON CHAPTER Installed May 18. 1925 OFFICERS J. N. THOMPSON President E. H. FORBES Vice-President W. H. Room Secretary-Treasurer P. J. LYERLY Reporter MEMBERS SAM WILLIAMS J. N. THOMPSON J: L. CARR E. H. FORBES J. B. NEWLIN W. H. HOOKS P. J. LYERLY Faculty F. H. JETER Z. P. METCALF R. E. NANCE C. F. PARRISH W. H. RANKIN R. H. RUFFNER I. 0. SCHAUB J. G. WEAVER N. W. WILLIAMS R. Y. WINTERS A. D. STEWART R. S. DEARSTYNE L. I. CASE J. J. HUTCHINSON H. H. BouNG H. G. SNIPES G. A. ADAMS G. C. ALEXANDER L. N. HALL J. B. COTNER W. L. CLEVENGER W. H. DARST J. E. FOSTER M. E. GARDNER F. M. HAIG E. H. HOSTETLER TH I RTY-SEV EN There are ten active chapters of Lambda Gamma Delta. To obtain membership in the Epsilon chapter. the student must have been a member of one of the various Inter-Collegiate Student Judging Contest Teams of Agriculture products. or he must have made a special showing in some particular part of agriculture that would warrant a meritorious award for his outstanding work. The judging teams and their coaches have always made State College justly proud of them by their outstanding records. The members of Lambda Gamma Delta receive very valuable training through the experience and personal contacts made in the pre- paring for the contest and in the contest themselves. AGROMECK OF NO ' Page Two Hundred Eleven AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS OFFICERS H. M. SCHROCK President HENRY FORNERO Vice-President R. I. SIMKINS Secretary-Treasurer Faculty Advisers PROFESSOR C. L. MANN PROFESSOR T. S. JOHNSON MEMBERS It F. X. ANION W. D. Buys R. C. BROWNING J. E. BARB J. E. BING E. L. CLANCY R. F. COLEMAN W. A. EDWARDS E. H. COON J. C. BONEY A. P. FABRI J. M. COLEMAN ZI H. L. JOHNSON H. M. LILLY R. P. MITCHELL ' C. S. GALE M. J. G. J. KURFEHS KLUTTZ BILLY Ross H. S. WAHAB J. M. SMITH N. F. LOVELACE L. B. WARD G. W. SNYDER H P. W. MALPASS C. M. RAMSAY J. E. GRANTHAM A. T. STRICKLAND H. M. VON OESEN G. E. YOUNT E. L. REED R. B. BARTLETT E. H. JOHNSON F. B. WAGOR J. H. BOWEN C. L. Rossi (II A. W. WHITE M. S. HAYWORTH Pledges Z J. C. ALDRICH J. L. PARKER MORTON SPOOL 0 F. G. BERRY JOHN SARINI T. B. WELCH D. B. Urn M. E. RAY V. W. WHEELER P. P. GREGG J. F. STEELE American Society of Civil Engineers is the oldest national engineering society in the United States, and during its lifetime has earned a record list of accomplishments. particularly encouraging intercourse between students and practicing engineers. The State College Chapter has been particularly fortunate in this respect. Most of the members of the faculty are mem- n bets of the national society and they have cooperated to make this link connecting the theory IP of the classroom with the technical facts and realities of the job. %sic Nye ' two Hundred Twelve 4 , ' V A STATE COLLEGE MUSIC DEPARTMENT C. D. KUTSCHINSKI Director ORCHESTRA A. S. CHEREVKO ED FULENWIDER GARLAND ROBESON W. THORN H. Nms G. JAMES L. HALL H. MORRIS B. R. McIMELLAN M. SCHWART2E M. H. HOYLE E. B. NICHOLS T. T. ALLISON W. N. BARNARD MRS. WALLACE E. B. SPENCER W. WALLACE DR. KUTSCHINSKI M. CAFEERY J. MORGAN G. HARRIS W. F. CORBETT R. LARKIN A. DAVIS R. HUFFMAN W. COLWELL W. WEATHERS C. H. STOREY V. V. HORNET G. POTNER GLEE CLUB T. T. ALLISON WAYLAND STUART W. N. BARNARD F. O. LEONARD C. P. ANDREWS C. SQUIRES J. BARKOOLL C. G. LANE J. G. GARRABRANDT A. SIMMONS V. L. CHAMBERS R. Loos PAUL GREEN T. R. P. ELAM J. E. MCCALL V. V. HORNET L. TROLLER G. R. FREEMAN H. McSwAIN CLARENCE HOWELL E. W. BLACKWOOD W. B. FREEMAN J. R. MCCLURD JOE RENN R. S. BLACKWCOD B. I.. OVERBEY J. L. MORGAN S. G. RIGGS G. E. NORMAN G. I.. YINGLING F. MCFADDEN E. P. ROGERS P. D. BULLARD C. S. LITTLE. CONCERT BAND W. F. CORBETT J. V. JONES I.. R. PARSONS H. M. HOYLE G. R. MURPHY A. W. SIMMONS R. B. BOURNE J. F. GILMORE R. HUFFMAN G. C. ROBINSON H. L. WILDER R. V. LOCKIIART W. L. COLWELL M. H. RIDENHOUR W. E. VIVERETTE J. E. HUNTER W. WEATHERS W. D. HOOD A. L. PARKER C. H. STOREY J. G. BRONSON H. C. WOODALL B. R. RUDISILL V. V. HORNET G. NISWONGER R. STUCKEY J. M. BURNHAM 1.. CRANE J. N. STRAWBRIDGE E. B. NICHOLS R. C. COATES R. P. HOOD F. R. HARRELSON S. J. KIRBY W. GIBBONS J. C. PLASTER B. E. LEWIS J. M. FOSTER W. M. WOODRUFF J. R. MCCLURD W. T. HUNT R. L. BURT GEO. POYNER L. M. EPPS I. W. THORN P. R. ELAM C. G. HINKLE G. F. ROBESON M. A. GILL W. G. TYSON Z. B. LANE J. L. MORGAN F. S. MARTIN W. DEBOY R. S. LAKE T. T. ALLISON J. S. WETHERINGTON R. WHITE M. F. ARNOLD LEO PARKS C. S. LITTLE R. 1.00S THIRTY-SEVEN AGROMECK OF Page Two Hundred Thirteen DICK MACKENZIE Keeper of the Doe. Very High H.A. R. C. KEYS High A.S.S. Scribbler PETER IHRIE, JR. Ex-officio MEMBERS R. H. MORRISON, JR. J. R. DOSSENBACH P. S. THOMPSON J. E. BING J. P. SAWYER W. F. PARKER T. A. RIVENBARK L. C. BROOKS R. G. B. BOURNE F. N. THOMPSON L. G. SATTERFIELD J. G. TYNDALL J. W. ESPEY The national honorary fraternity of Alpha Sigma Sigma is composed of those " standing- out " men who have fulfilled all of its very high standards of membership. Since its found- ing, this grand old society has expanded very much and chapters have been established in other institutions where the material for membership is of the best. Carolina and Duke afford us with the best examples of the above mentioned institutions. Membership is attained by a campus-wide election held annually for this much-sought-after and coveted honor. The pur- pose of Alpha Sigma Sigma is to bring about a better understanding between these honored men and to enable them to comprehend their own peculiarities. C. N. MOORE DAVID SATTERFIELD The Ancient and Honorable Society of ALPHA SIGMA SIGMA OFFICERS C. N. MOORE President. H.H.A. DAVID SATTERFIELD Vice-President. G.H.A. AT I _Th. II ilill. 1821-1889 THE CIVIL WAR F RATER !TIES rn z O Pi Kappa Alpha J. W. COCKMAN R. B. KALE Phi Kappa Pi W. B. CHALK M. J. BARBER Sigma Nu J. H. ASHCRAFT R. T. EDMONSON Sigma Phi Epsilon C. E. BOGER J. W. SEARS Sigma Pi M. D. SAUNDERS R. B. CROSLAND, JR. Theta Kappa Nu W. G. ANDREWS H. J. BROWN Alpha Chi Beta W. V. TARKENTON J. L. CARPENTER Alpha Gamma Rho J. F. CURRY H. J. HARTLEY Alpha Kappa Pi A. J. HONEYCUTT, JR. E. W. RYDER Alpha Lambda Tau R. H. WHITLARK H. C. LINDLEY Delta Sigma Phi J. R. DOSSENBACH K. P. Como Kappa Alpha T. T. ALLISON E. A. QUINTARD Kappa Sigma J. G. GAw T. C. RAGSDALE Lambda Chi Alpha L. B. WEBB W. H. MARTIN Phi Kappa Tau K. W. CLARK T. E. POOVEY Page Two Hundred Twenty ' A STATE COLLEGE INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL J. R. DOSSENBACH M. D. SAUNDERS President Vice-President E. L. CLOYD Secretary-Treasurer • U DMONSON ASI ICRA FT GAw RAGSDALE ALLISON QUINTA RD COCKSIAN KALE BOGER SEARS DossENBACH COMO CURRY HARTLEY CHALK BARBER S AUNDERS CROSLAND CLARK POOVEY WEBB MARTIN ANDREWS BROWN WHITLOCK LINDLEY HONEYCUTT RYDER TARKENTON CARPENTER • TH I RTY-SEVEN Page Two Hundred Twenty-one AGROMECK OF N - it THE GREEKS • W. A. MAUNEY H. P. WARNER H. G. ROBINSON. JR. F. T. PEDEN A. L. PARKER I.. E. MILKS. JR. S. N. MANN T. T. HAY A. R. GEWEIIR J. R. MCCWRD. JR. H. P. I.OFTIN H. R. BROWN P. A. HOOVER A. J. BING A. H. SALLENGER H. W. PRIMMER W. A. SCHOLES R. S. LAKE G. S. POYNER R. V. MCPHAIL R. I,. OLIVER J. A. MEADOWS R. M. HENRY J. B. GAITHER J. H. ASHCRAFT PETER HIRIE• JR. H. S. FALLS R. T. EDMONSON G. M. ASHBY J. M. SMITH • SIGMA NU NINETY-NINE ACTIVE CHAPTER. COLORS: Black, White, and Gold FLOWER: White Rose BETA TAU CHAPTER INSTALLED Fratres In FaraIrate R S. WARREN DR. J. G. KNAPI ' Fratres In Collegio G. M. ASHBY R. M. HENRY R. S LAKE R. T. EDSIONSON J. A. MEADOWS H. W. PLUMMER H. S. FALLS R. L. OLIVER W. A. SCHOLES PETER IHRIE. JR. W. A. MAUNEY A. H. SALLENGER J. H. ASHCRAFT R. V. MCPIIAIL A. J. BING J. B. GAITIIER G. S. POYNER P. A. HOOVER Pledges H. R. BROWN T. T. HAY F. T. PEDEN H. P. LOFTIN S. N. MANN HENRY RANKIN. JR. J. R. MCCLURD, JR. WADE MEADows. JR. H. G. ROBINSON. JR. J. M. SMITH 1. E. MILKS. JR. H. P. WARNER A. R. GEWEHR F. E. MILLER ARTHUR MCKIMMON J. REDOING A. L. PARKER H. S. SMITH R. CHATHAM J. M. GEITNER The Sigma Nu fraternity was founded at the Virginia Military Institute on January 1. 1869 and was originated from the Legion of Honor of that Institution. The fraternity was drawn together around James F. Hopkins and together with James M. Riley and Greenfield Quarles. the Sigma Nu fraternity was organized. The real and permanent growth of Sigma Nu started early in the second decade with the establishment of chapters at Washington and Lee and at Georgia. Supported by its strength in western territory. Sigma Nu spread through- out the central states with great rapidity and with marked success. A publication called the Delta of Sigma Nu was started by the first three active chapters. the name being suggested by the trio of chapters. SPONSOR °Kiss Olivia ' Root THE GREEKS • Louis WOOTEN Ross SIGMON J. Y. PHARR H. D. MEANS BEAUFORD LONGEST ERNEST KOELLA MONTE. CRAWFORD G. R. Ross E. B. SAUVAIN T. F. MORRISON T. C. RAGSDALE W. P. Dun: C. E. CLARK J. T. CATLIN A. R. BLACKBURN J. G. CAW KAPPA SIGMA ONE HUNDRED EIGHT ACTIVE CHAPTERS COLORS: Scarlet, Green. and White FLOWER: Lily of the Valley BETA UPSILON CHAPTER INSTALLED JANUARY 1903 Fratres In Facilitate DEAN I. 0. SCHAUB C. L. MANN Fratres In Collegio A. R. BLACKBURN W. P. DUFF, JR. T. C. RAGSDALE J. T. CAn.IN, III J. G. GAW G. R. Ross. JR. C. E. CLARK, JR. T. F. MORRISON, JR. E. B. SAUVAIN Pledges M. CRAWFORD BEAUFORT LONGEST ROSS SIGNIOR M. DAVIDSON H. D. MEANS JACK SPENCE ERNEST KOELLA J. Y. PHARR L. E. WOOTEN Kappa Sigma was founded at the University of Virginia. December 10. 1869. by William Grigsby McCormick, George Miles Arnold. Edmund Law Rogers. Frank Courtney Nicodemus. and John Covert Boyd. This estab- lishment revived a noble order that had practically disappeared from the continent of Europe. The original Kappa Sigma was of Italian origin. having been founded at the University of Bologna in 1399. The Kappa Sigma has expanded until it has now reached the place of the second largest Fraternity on the North American continent. The fraternity publishes a secret quarterly. The Star and Crescent. In 1885 the fraternity began the pub- lication of a bimonthly but it was changed in 1890 to a monthly magazine and was renamed the Caduceus. SPONSOR entiss Nancy e5Xaupin THE GREEKS • T. T. ALLISON W. M. BELL W. R. MAKEPEACE H. P. WILDER B. A. QUINTARD C. D. SLOCUMB R. H. REYNOLDS C. S. GALE R. H. MORRISON J. M. FOSTER E. L. WHITTON E. N. DICKINSON E. G. FLANNAGAN W. W. RIDDICK • KAPPA ALPHA ACTIVE. CHAPTERS COLORS: Crimson and Gold FLOWER: Magnolia and Red Rose ALPHA OMEGA CHAPTER INSTALLED JANUARY 1903 Fratres In Facaltate J. F. MILLER COL. C. S. CAFFREY DR. W. C. RIDDICK CAPT. B. w. VENABLE DR. T. P. HARRISON Fratres In Collegio T. T. ALLISON. JR. E. A. QVII•ITARD. JR. C. S. GALE W. M. BELL C. D. SLOCUMB. JR. R. H. MORR [MN. JR. W. R. MAKEPF.ACE. JR. R. H. REYNOLDS, JR. J. M. FOSTER H. P. WILDER E. L. WHITTON Pledges G. CHESHIRE. JR. E G. FLANNAGAN. JR. W. V. RIDDICK. JR. E. N. DICKERSON, JR. E. D. WEBB The Kappa Alpha fraternity was founded at W city. then Washington College. on December 21. 18 James Wood, Rev. William Scott, Stanhope Scott. an it was due mainly to the work of one of its first mem that the fraternity was organized and received a ritual is due chiefly to the labors of Ammen. The fraternity considers Ammen as their founder beta extent of his work for the fraternity. The Crater established with the idea of creating an organizati foster and maintain the ideals, manners, and customs the Southern people. Washington and Lee under th presidency of Robert E. Lee being considered the appropriate place for the inauguration of such an organization. e gton and Lee Univer- It was founded by !Ham Walsh. but S. Z. Ammen. to and the pa Alpha of the was !shit 65. W MOI Kap Use iity on of A SPONSOR eiNiss -felen enieWare THE GREEKS • F. M. DAVIDSON ROBERT COLEMAN W. B. BANDY H. L. HARRISON A. A. OLIVER G. W. BETHEL C. P. HARRIS W. M. BAILEY J. T. MILLER C. W. HAMPP W. 0. MCDOWELL W. P. REAVES F. P. SHIELDS C. S. SMART C. T. WAITE A. T. STRUPLER J. L. MILHOLL AND A. E. REMMEY L. W. D. R. MCEACHERN C. J. DULIN F. M. SOUTHERLAND R. B. KALE D. M. POLLOCK W. W. ScuoLn N. C. DAVIS H. L. McDowELL It A. NORMAN P. B. K. SCALES J. W. COCKMAN J. S. FLOWS W. A. SCHREIBER • PI KAPPA ALPHA J. W. COCKMAN P. B. K. SCALES R. A. NORMAN H. L. McDowrt.t. N. C. DAVIS W. W. SCHOLTZ W. B. BANDY H. L. HARRISON A. A. OLIVER G. W. BETHEL C. P. HARRIS SLVIN11-1CLR ACTIVE CHAP1L th COLORS: Garnet and Gold FLOWER: Lily of the Valley ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER INSTALLED OCTOBER 1904 Frazer In Facultate H. B. BRICGS Fratres In Collegio F. M. DAVIDSON W. A. SCHREIBER R. B. KALE D. M. POLLOCK F. M. SOUTHERLAND C. J. DULIN Pledges L. W. CARTWRIGHT C. D. WELCH W. M. BAILEY J. T. MILLER C. W. HAMPP D. R. MCEACHERN A. E. REMMEY J. S. FLOWE J. L. MILHOLLAND A. T. STRUPLER ROBERT COLEMAN W. 0. MCDOWELL W. P. REAVES F. P. SHIELC6 C. S. SMART C. T. WAITE of he p erpet ivil owin and I thr ision at in met in Room csent fraternity of uate the friend- ' at together. g the war ugh- of On March 1. 1868. five students at the University 31 on the West Range and from this meeting came t Pi Kappa Alpha. The fraternity was founded to ships of these five men who had gone through the C The disorganization of the South immediately foil ' made the early career of Pi Kappa Alpha uncertain From the first chapter at Virginia. charters were issue( out the state and for a few years following the expar the fraternity was limited to the southern states. bi 1919 the convention lifted the ban and permitted ch.: tors to be granted anywhere in the United States. A SPONSOR Miss anne.) tBun THE GREEKS • T. G. GOAD R. B. GRAHAM J. W. SEARS W. C. ARIAIL C. E. BOGER S. J. BORDEN D. F. BURNS J. M. COLEMAN J. L. YELVERTON B. S. TUCKER S. C. SUMMEY R. S. RUNNION A. D. ROBERTSON I.. C. BROOKS S. J. HAWES R. L. PARKER J. W. PIERCE P. W. WARLICK WM. ALDRIDGE J. M. BURNIIAM ROBERT BOLSEMAN M. F. CANADY CHARLES COOK W. T. CLINE L. L. DAVENPORT DAVE DONOVAN STUART LAND ALLEN LEWIS BAYARD LANE JOHN LOMINAC JAKE MARSII S. J. PEEI.E WM. ROBERSON DANNER SITTON ROBERT STUCKEY J. E. WAYANT WM. WELFARE • SIGMA PHI EPSILON SIXII [ ' WEE ACFIVI. CHAP ' I Xs COLORS: Royal Purple and Red FLOWERS: American Beauty Rose and Violet BETA CHAPTER INSTALLED MAY 1905 Frater In Facultate HARRY TUCKER Fratres In Collegio W. C. AMIE. JR. C. BOGER. JR. I.. C. BROOKS D. F. BURNS. JR. J. M. COLEMAN. JR. T. G GOAD R. B. GRAHAM. JR. S. J. HAWES J. W. PIERCE R. L. PARKER A. D. ROBERTSON. JR. R. S. RUNNION. JR. J. W. SEARS S. C. SUMMEY B. S. TUCKER P. W. WARLICK J. L. YELVERTON Pledges W. ALDRIDGE 1. L. DAVENPORT. JR. S. J. PEELE J. M. BURNHAM. III DAVE. DONOVAN WM. ROBERSON ROBERT BOSEMAN STUART LAND DANNER SITTON M. F. CANADY ALLEN LEWIS ROBERT STUCKEY CHAS. COOK BAYARD LANE J. E. WAYANT W. T. CLINE JOHN LOMINAC BILL WELFARE JAKE MARSH Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded at Richmond College. Richmond. Virginia. in November. 1901. The basis of the organization being a society called The Saturday Night Club. During the first two years of its existence the parent chapter met with much opposition even to attacks on its meeting rooms. At the time of its inception few. if any. ministerial students were made fraternity men at Richmond. Sigma Phi Epsilon admitted several to membership. This departure coupled with the fact that the badge was heartshaped caused them to be called the " Sacred North Carolina State ' s chapter was the thirteenth chapter. and has grown since its estab- lishment in 1905 into one of the largest nationals. The Journal which appears quarterly. is the official magazine of Sigma Phi Epilon. and contains news and asperation of active chapters. SPONSOR e9Kiss Elizabeth ' Wells THE GREEKS • JACK ROGERS I. M. VANN J. C. ALUMS L. M. BROWN J. T. DOVER R. J. SPEICli HENRY BRVINOOGE D. Y. BUCKINGHAM FL I.. DAUGHTRIDGE KENLON BROCKWELL DUANE ARBUTIINOT K. P. Como J. R. WOMBLE JERRY DAVIDSON JACK DOSSENBACII JAMES PURR • DELTA SIGMA PHI COL. J. W. HARRELSON JACK DC6SENBACH JERRY DAVIDSON J. It WOMBLE D. Y. BUCKINGHAM HENRY BRLYINOOGE R. J. SPEICH FIFTY ACTIVE CHAPTERS COLORS: Nile Green and White FLOWER: White Carnation RHO CHAPTER INSTALLED MAY 1915 Fratres In Facultate DR. L. F. WILLIAMS PROF. F. M. HAIG Fratres In Collegio K. P. Como KENLON BROCKWELL JAMES FURR PETER BRUINCOGE. JR. DUANE ARBUTHNOT R. L. DAUGHTRIDGE Pledges J. TOMS DOVER J C. ALLERS I.. M. BROWN I. M. VANN, JR. JACK ROGERS Delta Sigma Phi was founded at the College of New York on December 10. 1899. Membership is confined to men of the Caucasian race. whose ideals and beliefs are those of modern Christian civilization. Rho chapter was installed at North Carolina State College in 1915. It was the out- growth of an organization. Gamma Alpha Nu. called the " gang " that this chapter grew. The fraternity observes a strict expansion policy. Petitioners must meet chapter and scholarship require- ments. Scholarship is encouraged by both local and national organizations. S PON SOR. eXiss Sinne gischer THE GREEKS • JACK BOWEN C. J. CHESLOCK GEORGE NOULLES MARIO COMOLLI PIERCE FLEMING STERLING HOLMES HARVEY HARTLEY E. M. SEARS BILL THORN CHARLIE MATTHEWS CHARLIE WARE FRANK CURRY BILL HUGE BOB BOLLENDORF BOB BLACKWOOD FRANK FLEMING BOBBY HUGHES • ALPHA GAMMA RHO 1111K AC I WE CHAP I I. Rs COLORS: Green and Gold FLOWER: Pink Rose NU CHAPTER INSTALLED 1919 Frarres In Facuhate I.. E. COOK J. B. LAWRENCE C. F. PARISH DR. G. W. FOSTER DR. 7.. P. METCALF C. A. SHEEEEILD F. H. JETER J. G. WEAVER Frames In Collegio FRANK CURRY BOB BLACKWOOD E. M. SEARS BILL. HUBS FRANK FLEMING HARVEY HARTLEY BOB BOLI.ENDORF CHARLIE MATTHEWS C. J. CHESLOCK BII.I. THORN Pledges STERLING HOLMES BOBBY HUGHES GEORGE NOULLES PIERCE FLEMING MARIO COMOLLI CHARLIE WARE JACK BowEN CECIL EASTERLING In 1908. two societies united and formed the Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity. Prior to 1917. several chapters were conducted on the basis of a professional agriculture fraternity, electing members of social fraternities. and permitting their own members to join other such organizations. After 1917. legislation was passed barring dual membership. Since that time. the fraternity has been classed with other social fraternities. The purpose of the present organization is the development of the best social, mental. moral. and physical qualities of each of its members and pledges. A quarterly periodical called The Sickle and Sheaf was started in 1910. SPONSOR e5 ' atiss ) ' 4incy ciorbes THE GREEKS • J. L. MCLEAN M. J. BARBER J. P. BRAWLEY T. G. meow E. V. HELMS W. B. CHALK J. A. FEATHER W. R. GARRETT F. B. GIBSON M. I.. LAUGHLIN W. C. SNOW R. C. HARRELISON H. S. GIBES R. E. EAST • PI KAPPA PHI Ross SHUMAKER M. J. BARBER J. P. BRAWI.EY W. B. CHALK II IRTY•EIGHT VA I CI{AI ' I ERS COLORS: White and Gold FLOWER: Red Rose TAU CHAPTER INSTALLED APRIL 1920 haws In Facultate W. MCGEIIIE J. S. MEARES Fratres In Collegio J. A. FEATHERS W. R. GARRETT F. B. GIBBON E. V. HELMS Pledges M. L. LAUGHLIN W. S. MORRIS W. A. RAY W. C. SNOW ti J. S. CANNON H. S. Gum T. K. GRAHAM G. BAUERLEIN. JR. J. G. McCoy J. L. MCLEAN T. G. YELTON J. S. WILLIAMS R. E. EAST R. C. HARRELISON Pi Kappa Phi was founded at the College of Charleston. in South Carolina. December 10. 1904 by three of its students. It was a concrete and permanent result of the friendship of these three men. It was incorporated in 1907. with the purpose of becoming a nationwide society. From the time of its founding its growth has been steady and consistent. Its record is unique in that it is the only national fraternity to be founded in South Carolina and that it has thrived despite the effects of the antifraternity legislation which has persisted there since 1897. The growth of the fraternity has been more pronounced in the South although it has never been confined there by policy. SPONSOR ariss etrargaret ' Waddell THE GREEKS • W. H. MILLOWAY W. M. JONES M. D. SAUNDERS C. R. BAYNE R. B. CROSLAND A. T. MATTSON A. C. HATTAWAY T. E. BARROW J. C. STEPP B. T. WADE A. D. WARREN W. C. RUSSELL D. I.. ROGERS H. W. BRANSON E. J. BENDIGO S. T. SHERWIN H. C. RIGS • SIGMA PI I IIIRIY ACI1VE CHAPILK-. COLORS: Lavender and White FLOWER: Orchid RHO CHAPTER INSTALLED 1921 Fratres In Focal:ate H. B. A. F. GREAVES-WALKER Fratres In Collegio C. R. BAYNE MAX D. SAUNDERS A. C. HATTAWAY, JR. R. B. CROSLAND. JR. J. C STEPP W. H. MILLOWAY. JR. T. E. BARROW: JR. B. T. WADE A. T. MATTSON W. M. JONES. JR. A. D. WARREN. JR. Pledges E. J. BENDIGO H. C. RICE W. C. RUSSELL. JR. H. W. BRANSON. JR. R. B. GREAVES. JR. S. T. SHERWIN D. L. ROGERS The Sigma Pi fraternity was founded in 1897 at the University of Vin- cennes at Vincennes. Indiana. It first went under the name of Tau Phi Delta but ten years later the name was changed to Sigma Pi. It has the distinction of being the second oldest national fraternity that has orig- inated west of the Ohio. For ten years. Sigma Pi was the sole men ' s Greekletter fraternity at the University of Vincennes and it was kept alive throughout this period by the support of the faculty and one of its founders. The purpose of the founders was. " to organize the most worthy activities, social. athletic. scholarly. and to set forth a high standard of manliness and college loyalty. " The publication of the frater- nity is The Emerald of Sigma Pi. SPONSOR eIrriss ' Winnie Shealy THE GREEKS • M. J. STEWART B. R. KuMilt G. E. WEANT 1 ' . E. POOVEY W. D. HOOD E. L. WATKINS K. W. CLARK J. H. STEVENS S. B. CLAYTON Bost G. NISWONGER A. a GOODMAN • PHI KAPPA TAU K. W. CLARK • J. H. STEVENS W. D. HOOD. JR. A. D. GOODMAN L. R. BOST. JR. FORTY-THREE ACTIVE CHAPTERS COLORS: Harvard Red and Old Gold FLOWER: Red Carnation CHI CHAPTER INSTALLED 1923 Fra tres In Collegio E. L. WATKINS T. E. POOVEY Pledges G. W. REED. JR. G. E. WEAN ' ' ' . JR. B. R. RUDISILL M. J. STEWART G. NISwONGER S. B. CLAYTON, JR. Phi Kappa Tau was founded in 1906 at Miami University. The original organization was a non-Greek letter club, formed to break up the fraternity unions that controlled campus elections. The national organization was formed through the friendly relationship existing between the original club and one of a similar nature at Ohio University. Later three additional societies were admitted to membership. For a number of years it was attempted to maintain the society without the Greek Letters, but in 1916 the mother chapter decided to adopt them. This decision was approved by the other five chapters. and the society became known as Phi Kappa Tau. SPONSOR egiss Virginia ' Weathers THE GREEKS • C. A. BEDCOW R. S. PAYNE W. H. MARTIN J. C. MILLER G. A. MOORE R. W. DUNN F. C. GORE L. B. WEBB J. H. WARREN E. S. BOWERS E. M. Berri ' W. N. DALTON C. P. Kers M. G. MANN R. V. LOCKHART R. P. JOHNTZ W. H. SPEAR A. W. SIMMONS S. E. NELSON • 1 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA EIGIITY-ONF ACTIVE CHAVILkS COLORS: Purple, Green. and Gold FLOWER: Violet GAMMA UPSILON ZETA INSTALLED MARCH 1924 Fratres In FaruIrate W. H. BEATTY JAMES HUBBERT WARREN LEWIS BENTON WEBB FREDERICK GORDON GORE M. T. ROBERSON E. S. BOWERS. JR. E. M BRtrr C. T. BURRUSS R. J. PEARSALI. R. W. HAYES Fratres In Collegio RICHARD WRIGHT DUNN GEORGE AKERS MOORE. JR. JOAN CHRISTIAN MILLER Pledges W. N. DALTON W. L. JEWELL R. F. JoHNri: C. P. KEYS R. V. LOCKHART. JR. A. F. WARD. JR. WILLIAM HESTON MARTIN RICHARD SYLVESTER PAYNE CHARLES ARTHUR BEDDOW M. G. MANN. JR. S. E. NELSON A. W. SIMMONS W. H. SPEARS The Cosmopolitan Law Club of Boston University founded the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity in 1905. Although the fraternity was founded in 1905. the first meeting was not held until the second of November. 1909 and so the fraternity has accepted this later date as the date of its founda- tion. This meeting was held to re-organize the club and to change it into a Greek letter fraternity. At this meeting. there was a split up in the organization and three of the members immediately formed the organization which today bears the name of Lambda Chi Alpha. For the first few years only members of the Law School were members. When the club was re-organized into the present fraternity. no real attempts were made to establish any new chapters until the spring of 1912. SPONSOR egiss 3essie. Lou 93ray A THE GREEKS • J. L. MOREHEAD B. G. CAMP EDGAR STOKES R. H. MITCHELL W. G. ANDREWS ARTHUR ROOD R. T. NELSON H. J. BROWN P. C. BLALOCK C. A. RYTHER C. R. RUSSELL A. J. TEMPLETON H. E. RATLIFF E. P. HENLEY A. H. MOORE N. E. WINSLOW R. D. Lee P. E. WINSLOW • THETA KAPPA NU H. J. BROWN C. A. RYnIER W. G. ANDREWS FORTY-NINE ACTIVE CHAPTERS COLORS: Argent, Sable, and Crimson FLOWER: White Rose N. C. ALPHA CHAPTER INSTALLED JUNE 1924 Fratres In Collegio P. C. BLALOCK P. E. WINSLOW Pledges It. H. MITCHELL A. H. MOORE J. l.. MOREHEAD ARTHUR ROOD EDGAR STOKES ED LANCASTER N. E. WINSLOW HENRY NOOE C. R. RUSSELL R. DON LEE A. J. TEMPLETON E. P. HENLEY H. E. RATCLIFP R. T. NELSON B. G. CAMP Theta Kappa Nu was founded June 9. 1924. by the amalgamation of eleven old established locals at a meeting held in Springfield. Missouri. In 1921. Professor W. S. Anderson, then a member of the faculty of Rollins College. Florida. felt that there was a need of a new national fraternity that would be favorable to large universities and small colleges. it wasn ' t until 1924 that his idea began to mature. At this time he got in touch with Otho R. McAtee of Springfield. Missouri. Together with Mr. McAtee, and a number of locals from numerous colleges and universities. Mr. Anderson called the Missouri conference. These men were given full power in representing their locals, and every action of the convention was carried unanimous. The fraternity undertook an immediate program of expansion and has increased steadily. SPONSOR eKiss e91farion Grey aritchell THE GREEKS • H. C. LINDLEY R. B. KNOX G. N. CSOLL. S. W. BROOKS W. W. JONES R. H. WHITLARK 1..11 NELSON E. S. VAUGHAN C. P. WEBER E. F. RICHARDSON F. ARMSTRONG • ALPHA LAMBDA TAU TWENTY-TWO ACTIVE CHAPTERS COLORS: Old Gold and Black FLOWER: American Beauty Rose ZETA CHAPTER INSTALLED JANUARY 1925 Fratres In FaraIrate M. C. LEAGER C. R. LEFORT A. M. FOUNTAIN Fratres In Collegio S. W. BROOKS R. B. KNOX L. D. NELSON G. H. CROLL H. C. LINDLEY E. S. VAUGHAN W. W. JONES It H. WHITLARK Pledges F. ARMSTRONG a F. RICHARDSON P. WILSON C. P. WEBER After the re-organization of Oglethorpe University in 1916. a group of young men of the Alpha Lamb da Club founded a fraternity and called it Alpha Lambda Tau. The fraternity soon became a power on the campus and many of the most influential students of the school were numbered among its members. Their main purpose was to promote good fellowship and trust on the campus of Oglethorpe. Soon after their foundation. they decided that they wanted a national organiza- tion and were incorporated under the laws of the state of Georgia. The fraternity publishes a monthly magazine under the name of Alpha Lambda Tau and a quarterly called the Rose Leaf. Their expansion has been slow. but most profiting. The spread has been mostly in the Southeast. but has now gradually worked into all sections of the country. SPONSOR elliss Lily Grist THE GREEKS • W. BAERTHLEIN A. L. LIVERA F. S. KUGLER E. K. LOVELACE A. R. ANDERSON H. A. OWENS J. E. WILLIAMS E. W. RYDER A. J. HONEYCUTT H. R. DENTON L. R. PARSONS J. A. BOYKIN R. C. SNOOK ROBERT GRADY C. H. PETERSON JOHN BARKCOLL VERNON HOWLE W. B. COWARD G. T. BRASWELL • ALPHA KAPPA PI A. J. HONEYCUTF J. A. Honor; E. W. RYDER A. L. LIVERA rWENTY.ONE ACTIVE CHAPTERS COLORS: Dartmouth Green and White FLOWER: Yellow Tea Rose XI CHAPTER INSTALLED 1930 Futter In Facultate DR. B. E. LAVER Fratres In Collegio F. S. KUGLER WILLIAM BAERTHLEIN H. R. DENTON E. K. LOVELACE R. C. SNOOK H. A. OWENS L. R. PARSONS A. R. ANDERSON J. E. WILLIAMS Pledges JOHN BARKCOLL ROBERT GRADY G. T. BRASWELL W. B. COWARD C. H. PETERSON VERNON HOWLE Alpha Kappa Pi. organized January 1. 1921. at the Newark College of Engineering. Newark. New Jersey, remained a local society until March 23. 1926. when the Beta chapter was placed at Wagner College. Staten Island. Prior to the establishment of the Beta Chapter, a committee of men from Newark and Wagner Colleges had worked out a complete plan for nationalization, and on the date mentioned, all former actions were ratified and a formal announcement of the future policy was made. The first convention was held in New York Ci ty. May 22. 1926. with Wilson Hull. first grand presi- dent. presiding. When there were only two chapters. The Alpha. fraternity magazine, was published at Menasha. Wisconsin. Since that time the maga- zine has realized a steady and healthy increase in growth: likewise. it is read with keen attention by members. SPONSOR entiss eXargaret Lester I S( I IANDLER E. A. COHEN H. SCHNEIDER J. L. KATZ A. I. LOSICK H. B. FISHER L. M. SLESINGER THETA PHI J. SCHANDLER E. A. COHAN I. COHEN H. B. FISHER LOCAL JEWISH SOCIAL FRATERNITY COLORS: Blue and White FLOWER: White Rose ORGANIZED SEPTEMBER 25. 1929 Fratres In Collegio H. SCHNEIDER J. I. KATZ Pledges B. L. KREIMER A. I. Loma( D. COLVIN L. M. SLESINGER E. BARTFIELD Theta Phi, local Jewish fraternity was formed on the North Carolina State College campus and granted a charter in the same year. 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Stya eyria -ey ;RID CORE BEST eNC A•tabvt 11 s 1. t.,.. 1 (L 1 i RUSSfL POTfET Oen ALL POUND JOHN BO L-A M D Styr rner Le " STUDENT NALL MORRISON MOST tiorfir 70 Sloane MARIO COMOLLI 061r BPS NESS GEORGE ASHBY Ben euswen NEIL DALRYMPLE BEI r Arent 7t- JOE Most POPULAR -01g almt 1886-19 8 THE WORLD WAR FOOTBALL V SEASON RECORD FOR 1936 State 12 Eton 0 State 2 Davidson 6 State 0 Wake Forest 9 State 6 Manhattan 13 State 27 Furman 0 State 11 V. P. I. 0 State 6 North Carolina 21 State 3 Boston University 7 State 6 Catholic University. 7 State 0 Duke 13 THE WOLVES COME ON THE FIELD PA -- 6 Hot, sweltering days prevailed during the first two weeks of prac- tice, nevertheless, the work went on. Coach Heartly " Hunk " Ander- son had gaping holes to fill in the line—holes left by the graduation of Farrar, Worth, and the brilliant Steve Sabo!. The rest of the team was all tried material. Captain Cara and Berry were on the flanks. Fry and Bugg were the tackles, both big and experienced. Regdon. Piliseno. and Kirschner alternated at the guard posts. Louie Mark and Odell Smothers were fighting for the honor of holding down the pivot position. The backfield was composed of veterans: Gadd, Bardes, Entwhistle, and Ryneska. The reserve material was both plentiful and experienced. Thus the opening game found the stu- dents and supporters of State with high hopes for a successful season. Coach Anderson presented the Wolfpack Parade in four quarters and even with the mixing of the second, third, and fourth stringers the Tech goal was only threatened once by Elon and that lone threat was easily turned back by the staunch State line. The only scores of the game were two touchdown runs by Eddie Berlinski. The first came in the second quarter on a seven-yard end run and the last came at the beginning of the second half as the result of a 51-yard gallop through center. Captain Cara. Ryneska. and Entwhistle played brilliant ball to pace the Techs. A scrappy and inspired Davidson team gave the Wolfpack their first setback of the season and shattered all hopes for an undefeated State year. The first half of the game ended with no scoring. Late in the third quarter. the Wildcats pushed over from the Tech four- yard line for the only touchdown of the game. With two minutes of the game remaining. Captain Cara broke through and threw Teeny Lafferty, ace Davidson back, for a safety and State ' s only points. The Techs were sluggish and appeared to be over-confident. HEARTLY " HUNK " ANDERSON act Coach Fins Rem: REcooN, Bauman, Acid, Kitty, CAL ' , Rvsysio, Einwsityrty, GADD, Klascmcia. Butz. Snood Rom: KUSWA, DAVIS, ISAACS, Kyovzot, ReryoLos, MAYntxy, Busy, fly, Mar, Tuomrsoy. Third Row: ASRADAML !AWLS; KVSTSA, PAVLOSKY, HAYDEN, GANDSOSS, Tnomrsoy, Goode, EDWARDS. Fourth Rom: Slummy, ITSLICS KARMA, PILISSMO, BROWS ' S, MASKS, MANOSzy, SCHWIEDLDT, MASUD:SSA. RYNESKA COMES THROUGH BEHIND EXCELLENT BLOCKING The losing jinx con- tinued to dog the trail of the Wolfpack and the Wake Forest Deacons hand- ed them their second beat- ing of the year by the score of 9 to 0. State, expecting an easy workout took the field with a rather off-hand attitude. T e n thousand puzzled people wondered and waited for the vaunted Tech powerhouse that never got started. But the Deacons went to work early and Walt Ki tchin kicked a beautiful field goal in the first half and Hobo Daniel intercepted a pass and ran it back for a touch- down to complete the scor- ing for the day. Joe Ryneska ' s steady line plung- ing was the only bright spot in an otherwise drab day for the Wolfpack. State dropped its third straight game of the season, when a smart Manhattan team turned them back 13 to 6. The first half was scoreless with neither team showing much in the way of an a ttack. The Wolves scored first in the third quarter as Ryneska rammed his way over for the touchdown. The Jaspers came back strong and scored twice in quick succession. Wheeler intercepted a pass and ran 43 yards for the first score and Savage led a determined drive that ended in the second touchdown. After waiting for three weeks, the State team presented a victory-hungry student body with a smashing win over Furman. The game was ASSISTANT COACHES KOKEN AND KC6Ki never in doubt as the Wolves took the opening kick-off and marched 80 yards for the touch- down. " Jumping Joe " Ryneska went over tackle for the first score. In the second period, a long pass from Robinson to Bardes accounted for touchdown number two. Ryneska contri- buted another touchdown to the score in the third quarter after running 61 yards. The final score came in the fourth period with Pavlosky pounding center for the tally after Edwards had recovered a fumble for the Techs. Regdon kicked two extra points and Helms added the other. The Wolfpack continued its victory march with a 13 to 0 win over V. P. I. in the Home- coming Game. The Gobblers halted the first two drives of the Wolves, but the third march carried 62 yards and ended only when Ryneska plunged over the pay-off stripe to give the Techs a lead that was never threatened. In the third period. Davis flipped a long pass to Bardes for the second and last score. Regdon ' s kick was good for the extra point. V. P. I. was unable to pierce the tight defense of the State team at any stage of the game and finished with a total gain of only five yards for the entire game. From hope to frenzied joy, then into a daze and despair, then back to Raleigh—the Caro- lina game in a sentence. The game, which Caro- lina was generally expected to win in a walk- away, was a rough and bitter struggle from the start. The entire first half was all State ' s and not only did the Wolfpack forward wall smother the Tar Heel backs, but Ryneska slashed over the center for a touchdown to give the Techs the lead at the end of the half. Caro- lina was not to be denied, however, and they came back strong to counter three times in the last half to sew up the game. Hutchins, Little, CAROLINA GAME Watson. and Bershak were the big guns for the Tar Heels. Captain Cara and Ryneska led the State team in a losing fight against a team that had superior reserves. The Wolfpack ' s second invasion into the East resulted in an- other loss for the Pack. Boston College was the victor and the score was 7 to 3. Charlie Gadd kicked a beautiful 25-yard field goal to put the State team in the lead until the last quarter. Ber- linski returned a punt 60 yards going deep into Boston territory, and a pass from Joe Schwerdt to Gadd carried the ball again into Boston territory, but both threats were halted by the Eagles. A last-quarter pass from Jivilikian to Ferdenzi gave the Eagles their touchdown and their victory margin. THE COACHES PEPPING THE WOLVES UP DAVIS Back EDWARDS Tackle WAITING FOR A CHANCE The Catholic University Cardinals celebrated their Home- coming Day by ekeing out a 7 to 6 victory over the North Carolina State Wolfpack. Vidnovich went over for Catholic in the second period. Foley ' s kick was good and proved to be the margin of victory. The State passes failed to click and the running attack bogged down until late in the final period when Hayden passed to Berry for the lone score for the Techs. In the waning moments of the game, the Wolves were pound- ing at the Catholic goal but they were unable to reach the pay dirt. The State Wolfpack closed a disheartening season by drop- ping the final game to the Duke Blue Devils by the score of 13 to 0. For three periods, the Wolves fought the Devils to a standstill in a marvelous exhibition of superb line play. In the fourth quarter, Captain Ace Parker scored twice for the Blue Devils. The State team went down fighting but not disgraced. The Duke team with Parker. yes assuredly with Parker—had been a little bit superior. As far as State sup- porters were concerned. it was too much Parker and too cold. At the end of the season, Joe Ryneska was presented a trophy for being voted the most valuable player for the year. THOMPSO N End SANDFOSS Rack HELMS Tackle PAVLOVSKY SCHWERDT Back Back ITS A TOUCHDOWN ' BASKETBALL First Row: HAMILTOK, ALLXN, HONIT. 1 " 17 1, DAUIVIXTLII, MANX, HILL. Second Row: WHITLOCK, RAPP. BEAM. SATTLIFIELO, DX. Sum ox. Third Rove: DAY1010N, Biwa Van OWEN, Bun, Joao, CuLoa. VARSITY BASKETBALL 1936 The hopes for the 1937 State College basket- ball team rose to a high peak in the Southern Conference tournament here in Raleigh and their hopes were only blasted when their con- querors, Washington and Lee, swept on to the finals and the championship. It was this same bunch of Washington and Lee veterans that had tripped the Red Terrors in an over-time period during the regular season. Nevertheless. Coach Sermon ' s charges finished their season with a marked supremacy on their 22-game schedule and came out on top in 14 of the tilts. With only two regulars and a few reserves re- turning from last year ' s crack team, the hopes were running low for the prospects for a win- ning team seemed none too bright. However. before the middle of the season had been reached, Dr. Sermon, who rightly deserves the title of the " Rockne of Southern basketball, " had taken this group of inexperienced players and had molded a scrappy and hard-working team. Cap- _ tam Neil Dalrymple and John Allen. a former reserve, were the guards, Bill Mann. another reserve, and little P. G. Hill, a sophomore sen- sation. held down the forward posts, while Connie Mac Berry, last year ' s high point man in the Southern Conference, held down the pivot position. It was this same brilliant Berry that established a new scoring record of 270 points for the Southern Conference before the season had closed. The new season was launched with an auspicious start as the Red Terrors took the boys from William and Mary into camp and sent them home reeling from a 49-21 loss. It was the first Southern Conference victory for State and sent the Techs off on a flying start in the Conference race. This W. and M. victory was the start of a winning streak that lasted for 4 games. It was not until the Duquesne game WNITLARK, Manager SERMON, Coach that the Red Terrors tasted defeat. But—until then the Techs humbled three more South- ern Conference opponents and firmly established themselves in the fight for the leadership of the Conference. The South Carolina Gamecocks fell before the fighting Red Terrors and although the Gamecocks had more experience. the scrappy Techs managed to win by a four-point margin. The next victim of the Statemen was Clemson who fell before an avalanche of baskets by the deadly Berry. Captain Dalrymple. and Bill Mann. The score of 54-29 left no doubt as to which was the better team. Although he did not score much, little P. G. Hill, played a smart, heads-up floor game and his accurate passing paved the way for many of the goals made by the " Big Three " of the State scorers. A game but completely outclassed Wake Forest quint was struck off the 1937 race as the fighting Red Terrors piled up a 49-31 victory. Again the entire team worked well as a unit and the scor- ing was paced by Mac Berry, Dalrymple, Mann. and Hill. This game also offered Coach Ser- mon a chance to use some of his reserves. seeing. The Dukes rallied near the end of the first half and held a three-point lead at the inter- mission. The play was rather even until mid- way of the last half when the superior reserve strength of the Dukes began to show and it was not until then that Doc Sermon ' s scrapping Terrors were subdued. The game was marked by numerous fouls by both teams. Berry. lanky center for State, led the scorers for the night. The State basketeers bounced back into the win column by handing the Davidson Wild- cats a 41-35 drubbing. The flashy Berry counted 13 points and was closely followed by Mann and Captain Dalrymple with nine points each. This was another Conference win for the victory-seeking Red Terrors. State ' s basketball team seemed to be headed for the Old North State championship. But— the White Phantoms, State ' s jinx from Chapel Hill. journeyed over and handed the Techs their first Conference and Big Five setback. The mar- gin of the North Carolina victory was six points. State led by ten points at half time, but they collapsed in the second half when Mac HILL ALLEN The Techs dropped their first game of the year when they ran into Duquesne. the city champs of Pittsburgh. who not only presented the tallest team seen on the courts here, but also had one of the smoothest passing quints that this sports writer has ever had the pleasure of MANN BERRY Berry. their high-scoring center. was disqualified and removed from the game. Hitting their stride again after faltering in the Carolina game. State ' s Red Terrors whipped a favored Duke team by the score of 30-27. The Techs got off to an early lead and although the a score was knotted three times during the game they were never headed in their march to another victory. Captain Dalrymple played a brilliant floor game and Berry and Mann shared the scor- ing honors with ten points each. The University of Virginia sent their basket- eers into the Old North State and received an overwhelming defeat at the hands of the Techs by the tune of 40-17. Coach Sermon used every available man on the squad and although his ace center. Mac Berry, did not play the entire game he led the scorers with 19 points. The team from the University of Maryland were the next to suffer defeat at the hands of the Red Terrors. The game was a thriller from begin- ning to end and the State quint was only able to win after playing an extra period. Again it was the lanky Berry that led the play for State. Carolina again encountered the Red and White courtmen, this time on their own court, but it was with the same result. a victory for Carolina, this time by a three-point margin. The ga me was merely a repetition of the first one, with the Techs leading at the end of the first half and then faltering in the last half to be nosed out in a well-played game. time period that proved to be just an addition to an already action-crammed, thrilling game. Mac Berry completely outplayed Bob Spessard, elongated General pivot man, who was All- Southern Conference center for the past year. Another win was chalked up by the Terrors when they swamped the Cadets of V. M. 49-32 Leaving the grand state of Virginia, the State basketeers swung down through South Carolina. Their first game found them pitted against the South Carolina Gamecocks who tripped the favored Techmen, 30-23. This defeat seemed to stimulate the charges of Coach Sermon, for they bounced back and whipped Clemson, 41-40 in a thrilling over-time game. The Techs returned to their home court and celebrated their return by trouncing Davidson to the tune of 51-34. They next entertained the Gobblers from V. P. I. and handed them a 38-29 licking. The Deacons from Wake Forest took the Terrors in their own lair and catching the Techs on an off night, whipped them 41-33. Duke nipped the Statemen and nosed them out by three points. The Techs took a short two- game trip and broke even. Maryland handed them a 41-35 beating, even though Berry did HAMILTON JONES RABB HONEYCUTT The Red Terrors took off on a five-game trip and when they returned, they had bagged three victories and had dropped two decisions. They also had to work over-time in two of their five matches. The trip started with a win of 36-24 over V. P. I. This was followed by a loss to the future Southern Conference champs. Washing- ton and Lee, by the score of 27-26 in an over- score 19 points. But William and Mary fell before an inspired attack and were hopelessly crushed 58-20. Berry was again high point man. Coach Sermon ' s boys won easily over Mary- land in the first round of the tourney but Washington and Lee put them out in the semi- finals by nosing them out by four points. BASEBALL DAVIDSON RAW. FARRAR VARSITY BASEBALL, 1936 Coach " Chick " Doak opened the 1936 baseball sea- son with only six lettermen, but from twenty-seven can- didates, he finally molded a team that finally finished the year with a record of eleven victories against eight losses. The Techs also managed to capture third place in the Big Five race. Coach Doak was beset with various troubles from the beginning of the season and continued to dog the Statemen until the end of the year. Lefty Freeman. one of the best pitchers of the pre- WALSH, Manager DALRYMPLE B txic GADD SCALES MAHONL: 1 ceding year. showed up at practice with a sore arm and was not able to play during the entire year. Norwood, State number one hitter and outfielder broke his ankle during pre-season practice and was lost to the team until the tail end of the year. Due to bad weather and sickness, the Doakmen were forced to start the season with only a little practice, most of this being indoor practice. and as a result they got off to a bad start by dropping their first two contests. As they continued their schedule the Techs showed a great deal of improvement a n d before the season was over they had some close victories to show for their long and untiring efforts. After their first two de- feats. the Doakmen took their annual Easter Mon- day game with the Demon Deacons of Wake Forest. It was the first Easter Mon- day victory for the Techs in three years. The State team gained their victory in the last half of the ninth inning when Captain D. C. Williams hit a home run to break a 7-7 tie and win the ball game. There was not a dull moment in the entire game which offered the fans plenty of good pitching and hitting, and quite a few brilliant field- ing plays. From Easter Monday until the second week in April. the Techs played in and out ball. But on the 10th of April they seemed to hit their stride and from then on they played a better brand of ball. During this period of indifferent playing. the Techs dropped two games to the Duke Blue Devils. It was these early season losses that helped to put the Techs just out of reach of the top spot in the Big Five race. It was on the 10th of April when the State boys snapped out of their streak of bad playing and whipped a highly favored Rutgers team by the score of 4-2. Following the Rutgers game, came a game with the Tar Heels from the Univer- sity of North Carolina. It was a real battle from the start to the finish and when the smoke h a d cleared away, the Doakmen were on the top by the score of 3-1. Stuart Flythe. ace of the State pitching corps, turned in a beautiful exhi- bition of pitching in allow- ing only five hits. Walter R a b b. rookie shortstop. turned in the fielding gems of the day and Jake Ma- DOAK. Coach honey, another rookie, led the Techs at the plate. After the Carolina game, the State team dropped their third game of the current season to the Duke Blue Devils. The score was tied until the end of the eighth inning when the Techs were called for stalling, thereby forfeit- ing the game to Duke. This seemed to up- set Coach " Chick " Doak ' s charges, for they dropped the next game to the grey-clad Wild- cats of Davidson. The final score was 7-4 and it was only through the heavy hitting of Teeny Lafferty, Davidson football star, that the Wildcats were able to edge out the win over the Red and White ball players. A few days later the tables were turned on the Wild- cats and behind the masterful seven-hit pitch- ing of Mason Bugg, the Techs were able to subdue the Davidson boys to the tune of 5-3. Jake Mahoney, rookie catcher, was the big gun in the attack of the State team. The jinx that the Duke Blue Devils held over the Techs at the beginning of the year was broken, as the scrappy State ball players took the measure of the Big Five leaders by a 6-3 score. Stuart Flythe, lanky ace of the State hurling staff, was in rare form and limited the heavy hitting Blue Devils to six hits. At no stage of the game were the Duke players able to reach the speedy Flythe with any degree of success. Captain Williams, Mason Bugg, and Jake Mahoney led a con- centrated attack on two Blue Devil hurlers to clinch the game for State. Walter Rabb, sensa- tional shortstop. contributed the fielding gem of the day when he raced far over into foul territory and made a diving, one-handed catch of a hard-hit ball and retired the side at a crucial moment of the game. The North Carolina State baseball team formerly closed their 1936 season by drop- ping a close and extremely hard-fought game to the Demon Deacons from Wake Forest. The final score was 8-5 but it was not until the last State player was put out, t hat the final outcome was sure of. Mason Bugg twirled the last game and with a little better luck would have easily come out on the big end of the score. At the close of the season, the team elected Mason Bugg, pitcher and outfielder, to lead the team in 1937. From Row: FARRAR, DRESWICK. BUGG, WILLIAMS. RABB, MAHONEY. STATON, TODD, DALRYMPLE: Second Row: SHELL, GRIFFIN. BLOUNT, HART, FLYTHE, DAVIDSON. BERRY. WYNN. COACH DOAK, DENTON. Manager; Bock Row: BER• LINSKI. JONES. KEATING, MANN, BARB, HINES. SCALES. ONITLSRIAA pulp ONIX08 4I-ELMS MILL-ER DEL PI CO BOXING The North Carolina State ringmen opened the season with five gaping holes to fill in the line-up. Captain Alex Regdon was unable to fight in the first match because of an injury and he was forced to leave the team in mid-season because of heavy scholastic duties. With the exception of Penland. in the 135-1b. class. and Sorrell. in the 145-1b. class. the entire team was changed from time to time in experi- menting with new and untried scrappers. Even with these difficulties. the Techs finished the season with three victories and three losses. State opened their season by dropping their first match of the year to the ringmen of Catholic Uni- versity. The score of 7-I does not indicate how closely all of the bouts were contested. With a line- up studied with inexperienced men, the State leather pushers were able to rack up only one victory and that was the clean-cut win of Glenn Penland in the 135-16. class. Not much can be said of the match as the Techs had just returned from the Christmas holidays and were in no shape to meet the more experienced Cardinal pugs. The first victory of the year was tasted by the Tech leather slingers before one of the largest home crowds that has ever seen an intercollgiate boxing match at State College. The victim was South Caro- lina and the score was 6-2. Penland continued his winning streak and with Miller. Caraway. and Pava- losky punching their way to victories. the boys from South Carolina were clearly outclassed. Captain Regdon won by a default and Rudisill and Led got draws to complete the scoring for the match. The State fighters hung up their second victory of the season. by whipping a scrappy team of boxers from Clemson. The final score was 5-3 after an exhibition of close naEJotinsoN scraps that made ring history at Frank Thompson Gym. The Clemson Coach boys won the first two bouts to take an early lead. Both of these fights were close and filled with action and only whetted the spectators ' taste for the fights that were to come. Glenn Penland scored the first win by clearly out- pointing Dukes. The terrific-hitting Russ Sorrell knotted the score by slugging his way to a victory over Bob Jones. Clemson again forged to the front when Dome eked out a win over Caraway. Miller evened the score by taking a decision. Captain Regdon reached his peak as he decisively pounded out a victory over Tom McConnell. the Clem- son captain. Pavalosky took a decision in the last fight of the evening. The growing power and hard training paid dividends to the State pugilistic-inclined boys in the form of a 51 2 to 21 2 victory over the scrappers from V. P. I. The points were accumulated through two decisions, two knockouts, one a technical knockout. and the three draws. Penland and DeBoy garnered the decisions. Coble. Leet, and Miller fought their opponents to draws. Pavalosky won HENLEY by a default. Russell Sorrell. State ' s 145-1b. star, won the feature Manager bout of the evening. Sorrell gave Bishop a sound beating until the fight was stopped in the third round by the referee. The next fight for the State scrappers was the Carolina match and with it came the Techs ' second defeat of the year. The final score was 5-3 in favor of the boys from Chapel Hill and even then they were mighty lucky to be on the big end of the score. State ' s three points came by a clean-cut decision of Glenn Penland over Bass and on a pair of draws by Arnott in the 175-1b. class and E. V. Helms in the unlimited class. Carolina failed to furnish any kind of opposition in the 145- lb. class for Russ Sorrell. State ' s smooth fighter. who was rated as one of the best fighters in the entire Southern Conference. The final match of the season ended with the Tech scrappers dropping their final and third match of the season. E. V. Helms. in the unlimited class. was the only winner for State. while Biddle Caraway, in the 155-16. class, fought to a draw with Vincent. Glenn Penland dropped his only dual match of the year when Captain Kneipp shaded him in a close decision. Although he lost by a decision. Russell Sorrell. State ' s ace 145- lb. boxer. became the only fighter this year to go the entire route with Farrar, Duke ' s Na- tional Intercollegiate champion. State sent four scrappers to the Southern Conference Meet held at College Park. Maryland. Although none of the four were successful in winning a title. two of the fighters. Sorrell and Penland. were not eliminated until they met the champion of their respective division. At a meeting held at the close of the year. the Tech fighters selected Russell Sorrell. star 145-1b. boxer. to lead them in the ring wars on the coming year. The prospects for next year are ex- ceedingly bright as only two men were lost from this year ' s squad. Back Row: MORGAN. MATTHEWSON, COMOLLI: Second Row: SHIMER. MCLAUGHLIN, TROXLER, THOMPSON, COON: Fin: Row: BELL, CHESLOCK, HINSHAW, BRIDGES, HEIN. WRESTLING The prospects for a successful season were exceedingly bright as there were veterans returning for every division. However, throughout the season sick ness and injury hampered the team in nearly every match of the stiff seven-meet schedule. The " Flying Cadets " of V. M. I. proved to be a bit too strong in the season ' s opener and State ' s wrestlers dropped their first meet 23-11. The Cadets were runners- up in the Southern Conference tourney last year and their experience was just a little too much for the Techs. Both of State ' s co-captains. Bell and Troxler, won time advantages. In the feature match of the evening. Dick Thompson threw Franz. V. M. I. star, in the 175-1b. division. The Tech grapplers were still unable to shake their losing jinx and were defeated by " The World Beaters " from Appalachian College by a 171 2 to 101 2 score. Dick Thompson and Farthing fought through an extra period to a draw. Once again. Co-captains Bell and Troxler defeated their opponents by time advantages. Red Shimer, wrestling his first bout of the year, easily de- feated Norris. Coach Matthewson ' s grunt and groan boys finally turned in a win after waiting for two meets for the victory. The final score was 21-11 and at no time during the match did the V. P. I. wrestlers threaten the lead of the State boys. Co-captain Billy Bell. Red Shimer. and Dick Thompson turned in falls to turn the tide in favor of the Techs. Co- captain Troxler and Bridges com- pleted the scoring for State by turn- ing in time advantages. This was the Techs ' first Southern Conference victory. The State matmen ran into the powerful Washington and L e e Southern Conference Champions and came out on the short end of a 17-9 decision. The grapplers from Lexington displayed the same brand of wrestling that won them the title MATTHEWSON, Coach BRIDGES SHINER MCLAUGHLIN TROXLER COON T140,APSON last year. and although the State matmen scrapped them every minute of the matches, the Gen- erals were just a little too pol- ished for the Raleigh boys. The Techs took three decisions while the Generals took one fall and four time advantages. Co- captain Bell put State in the lead with a time advantage. How- ever. the Generals took the next four matches before Co-captain Troxler racked up the Tech? second win. Dick Thompson turned in the third and last vic- tory for the State grapplers. Al- though State dropped the meet. Co-captains Bell and Troxler. and Dick Thompson remained in the undefeated class. The Techs scored their second win of the year by beating Duke. 29-3. and at the same time took a step nearer the Big Five Championship. Co-cap- tain Troxler and McLaughlin won their matches by falls. Bell, Hein. and Shimer won time ad- vantages. Duke forfeited the 175-1b. division and the Heavy- weight division to the Techs. State ' s wrestling team was knocked out of the chance for an undefeated campaign in the Big Five when they dropped a close match to the Davidson Wildcats. 16-12. State was lead- ing until the final match. when Coon was disqualified and thus allowing Davidson to forge ahead and win the meet. Co- COMOV-1. Manager captains Bell and Troxler again led with time advantages and with the help of Shimer and Cheslock, they tallied all of the points scored by the Techs. The State College grapplers fought their way into a three- way tie for the Big Five cham- pionship by downing the Uni- versity of North Carolina ' s Tar Heels by the score of 23-3. The Techs made a clean sweep of the first seven matches and lost only the heavyweight bout. All of the decisions came on time ad- vantages. At the close of the season. Red Shimer, brilliant 145-16. star, was elected captain. Coach Matthewson deserves much credit in his first year as coach of the Techs. MONOGRAM CLUB OFFICERS President ALEX REGDON GEORGE KURT EI IS Secretary-Treasurer ROSTER BILL BELL GEORGE Cm M. C. PALMER ED BERLINSKI NICK HAYDEN JOE RYNE-SKA CECIL BROWNIE TOM HINES E. ROBINSON W. C. BURR REN HOEK ALEX REGDON HOWARD BARDES E. V. HELMS A. D. ROBERTSON MAC BERRY PETE IHRIE R. Rerrew MASON BUGG HERB KIRSCHNER W. L. SHUMAKER FRANK CURRY GEORGE KURFEHS C. SHIMER CARROL CONRAD W. R. MANN KEY SCALES MAC CARA ROGER MASS C. C. STOTT W. G. DAVIS LOUIE MARKS BILL TERRILL W. CREWS JOHN MCLAUGHLIN C. STINETTE NEIL DALRYMPLE M. H. MEEKINS JOE SCHWERDT RED DUNN JAKE MAHONEY RUSSEL SORRELL C. J. DULIN GEORGE MURPHY I. W. SMITH CHARLES DUNNAGAN RUSSEL NICHOLSON NAT THOMPSON ARTHUR DAMMANN HENRY NADING JESSIE TATUM ED ENTWISTLE IJRIAH NORWOOD DICK THOMPSON AL EDWARDS A. J. PAVLOVSKY L. TROXLER CHARLIE GADD G. E. PENLAND E. L. WHITTON GEORGE FRY DAN PILOSENO HUBERT WARREN JIMMIE GRANTHAM R. S. PAYNE WARREN WOODEN CARL GOODE GEORGE WEITLAUF MINOR W SPORTS GOLF BAERTHLEIN DUSTY SCALES North Carolina State College had the misfortune to lose some of her outstanding golfers at the beginning of the golf season and even though. State never had her full strength on the links, the season was far from being an unsuccessful one. After much shifting around. Major Ben Venable selected Captain Willie Dusty. Bill Baerthlein. Key Scales, Bruce Cauthen, and Marion Palmer as his varsity outfit. The team opened the year by com- pletely outclassing a veteran team of golfers from the Carolina Country Club. State copped the first match and was never headed. Captain Dusty, Baerthlein. and Key Scales played steady golf to lead the attack MAJOR VENABLE. Coach on the Club ' s outfit. The Duke team, who later became Big Five champions, downed the Techs in their meet. The Blue Devils had just a little too much experience and power for the State players. The linksmen dropped their second match of the year. when they ran into a well-balanced team of golfers from the University of South Carolina. Although Captain Dusty. Baerthlein. and Scales played brilliant ball. the Gamecock crew eked out a 10-8 win over the charges of Major Ben Venable. Following this inauspicious opening, the Tech niblick swingers produced a two-match winning streak. The first victim was Catawba and the outcome was never in doubt as the State linksmen were show- ing their superiority from the first match througho ut. until the last. The Demon Deacons from Wake Forest were the next victims to fall before the onslaughter of the Tech golfers. Captain Dusty. Key Scales. and Bill Baerthlein led the attack. After this splurge of victories. came two dismal defeats to the Techs. The first of these beatings was administered by the smooth- playing team from Davidson. State ' s final defeat came at the hands of the Duke Blue Devils. The Tech boys just could not cope with the superior golfing ability of the Duke players. The regular matches of the season ended with the State golfers earning a tie with the strong R. G. A. team. The season for the State golfers ended with the annual playing of the Big Five Golf championship. The Techs placed fourth. At the close of the year. Key Scales was elected captain for next year. TENNIS The prospects of an all-veteran tennis team were cut down by the loss of Al Folley and Bill Peck through graduation. Inspection trips also cut down from time to time on the seniors available. However. Captain Jimmie Renn led a well-balanced team composed of Dulin. Brown. Smith, Nading. Crews. Dixon. and Findlay. through one of the most successful tennis seasons that State has had in the past few years. The season was opened with a 9-0 victory over Wake Forest. However. in the second match of the year. Duke tripped the State netmen by a 7-2 count. The Amherst racquet wielders took time off during a trip and handed the Techs a 7-2 defeat which proved to be a repetition of the Duke matches. The losing jinx continued to dog the trail of the Techs and they dropped their next match to the Davidson netmen by the count of 6-3. The Techs seemingly could not shake their jinx and the racqueteers from Carolina dropped them for another loss. Coach Green ' s boys got a new deal however. and defeated Wil- liam and Mary decisively to the tune of 7.2. The William and Mary victory was followed by a win for the Cadets of V. M. 1. by a 8-1 count. The smooth- playing tennis team of the University of Virginia handed the Techs their only setback during their invasion of Virginia. The score of 7-2 in favor of the Virginians does not indicate the closeness of the matches. A return home resulted in a loss to Furman. 5-4. However, a trip down into South Carolina, during which the netters met Furman and South Caro- lina. resulted in one victory and one loss. The season was formally closed with a clean cut victory over the Deacons from Wake Forest. The final score was 7-2 and the spectators thought that the Deacons were lucky to garner their two points. The prospects for the coming year are particularly bright. with all but two veterans returning and with a host of freshman stars coming up to join the ranks of the varsity. Among these are Maurice Canady. high school singles champion of North Carolina, and David Satterfield. one of the ranking players of Virginia. Left to Right: DULIN, DIXON, BROWS, RESN. SMITH, NADING. SWIMMING The swimmers opened their season by dropping their first meet to William and Mary by the score of 47-37. Dammann and Renew were the only State tankmen to garner first places Dammann taking first in the 200-yard breast stroke and Rettew placing first in the 150-yard back stroke. State took its only other first in the 300-yard medley. A scheduled meet with Randolph-Macon was canceled. The Techs broke into the win column by swamping Virginia Poly to the tune of 56-29. The highlight of the meet was furnished by Dick Rettew when he set a new pool record in the 150-yard backstroke. Renew clipped 2.4 seconds off the old record that was set in 1935. Dick Payne took the scoring honors for the day by taking two first places. Dammann. Renew. Whitton. Bailey. and Grantham took one first place apiece. State ' s tankmen traveled to Duke and handed the Blue Devils a 44-40 trim- ming and also took the State swimming title by winning the meet. Dick Payne. Jimmy Grantham, and Ross Reynolds garnered a first place apiece to keep the Techs in the running. State ' s other first place came in the 400-yard relay. LEFORT. Coach The Tech swimmers met the undefeated Florida team and it was not until six new pool records had been set that the State team went down to defeat by the score of 55-29. Five of the records were set by Florida and the other was set by State in the 400-yard relay. Coach Romeo Lefort took the team to Lexington for the Southern Conference Swimming tourney and after throwing a scare into the leaders, the State team took second place. being barely nosed out of first place. Dick Payne, State aquatic ace, was one of the stars of the meet. Left to Right: ROBERTSON. Manager, GRADY. WOOD, PAYNE, RETTEW, BAILEY, GRANTHAM. REYNOLDS. JOHNSON. WHITTON. GETZ, DAMMANN. DRIVER, WADSWORTH. KURFEHS, LENKOWSKY, COACH LEFORT. INT RAVU " RALS I N T R A M U R A L S Intramurals is perhaps the most important and interesting branch of athletics that is offered to the students of North Carolina State College by the department of Physical Education. This Institute of higher learning has long since realized the importance of developing the body of the student as well as the mind. Counts are required in Gym for the first two years. Intramural is the follow-up of the required courses. The development of the body. of mind. and greatest of all, of character. is the keynote of the Intramurals. Team play fosters the many virtues of courage and self-control. Actual participation will promote interest and association. These qualities serve to create friendships that are lasting and ones that have proven themselves to be indispensable to schools of higher education. Intranturals first appeared on the campus in 1924. The slogan was. for all. " It has had a steady and healthy growth until it has reached its present peak of actual participation by more than 2.100 students annually. The Intramural I.eague is divided into three divisions. These divisions are: the Fraternity division with sixteen fraternities, the Dormitory division with sixteen dormitories represented. and the Independent division with six clubs, Yearly records are kept and the winners in the Fra- ternity and the Dormitory divisions are awarded beautiful trophies. Two new sports. soccer and wrestling. were added to the pro. gram this year and have proved to be of unusual interest. 1.ast year the Pi Kappa Alphas scored enough points to repeat as the grand champions of the Fraternity division for the third successive year. The Sigma Phi Epsilons and the Sigma Nus furnished them most of the competition offered by the rest of the Fraternities. This year the same Pi Kappa Alphas are leading and are being pushed for the top honors by the Delta Sigs. Sigma Phi Epsilons. Sigma Nos. and the Kappa All-Campus selections in Football. Baseball, Basketball. and Boxing was repeated for the second successive year and is one of the utmost interest to the individual participants who win the coveted awards. Each of these individuals is presented with a Medal indicative of their honor. Last year. 1st Watagua toppled ' third Seventh from the top rung of the Dormitory division and was lucky enough to capture the number one ranking and the cup. The Dormitory division is always a close race until the final sport is run off. and last year proved to be no exception. The teams of 1st Watagua were not dominated by any one particular star. but rather by the smooth brilliance of expert team play. And once again this year. it is this same smooth-working team play that has placed the name of 1st Watagua on the top rung of the Dormitory division. Intramural boxing has come up by leaps and bounds until now it is included within the first three of the sports offered by the Intramural I.eague. The interest and attraction created by it has lifted the boxing to a major ranking within the League. In the All.Campus Boxing Tourney, well over 700 spectators paid a minor size fee to witness the leather stingers of the Fraternities battle to a draw with the Dormitory punchers. This year for the second time. the janitors of the social Fraternities, staged a negro Battle Royal. Again it proved to be a huge success and it has now established itself as an annual event. It has only been through the efforts of Mr. ' Miller and Mr. Doak that the Intramural League has been such a success and with an ever increasing school. the Intramurals look forward to even bigger and more successful years in the future. The following chart shows the number of points made in 1936 and up to the present in 1937. The champions in each sport is also listed. FRATERNITY 1936 Pi Kappa Alpha 1295 l ' .wtball. Handball, Boxing. Baseball. Tennis Alpha Gamma Rho 1174 Basketball. Track Sigma Nu 954 Horseshoes Pi Kappa Phi 811 Lambda Chi Alpha 666 Swimming Sigma Phi Epsilon 606 Alpha Kappa Pi 582 Kappa Alpha 578 Delta Sigma Phi . . . . 556 Phi Kappa Tau 552 Alpha Lambda Tan 532 Sigma Pi 420 " Theta Kappa Nu 335 Kappa Sigma 125 Theo Phi 12S 1937 1266 Football. Boxing. Swimming. Wrestling. Basketball. Soccer 412 783 Horseshoes 557 527 747 475 Handball 336 735 271 480 330 340 522 KEY SCALES Beat Fraternity Athlete JOHN SS11111 that Non-Fraternity Athlete DORMITORY 1936 1st Watagua 956 Handball. Tennis. Baseball 3rd Seventh 898 Football. Boxing 2nd 1911 866 Horseshoes 1st 1911 834 Basketball 5th Dorm. 693 6th Dorm. 686 1st South 627 Swimming 2nd Seventh 555 4th Dorm. 526 3rd South 430 3rd 1911 430 Base. South 338 3rd Watagua 250 Ind South 237 2nd Watagua 158 The All-Campus Teams are as Follows: 1917 806 Wrestling 773 Handball 630 Boxing 592 195 437 Horseshoes 542 Basketball 430 Football 412 615 Soccer 492 Swimming 250 645 FOOTBALL BASEBALL (1936) Smith L E 1st 1911 Schrieber 1st base Pi Kappa Alpha Gerber I T 3rd Seventh Scars 2nd base ...Alpha Gamma Rho Bost 1..G. Phi Kappa " flu Dm 3rd base lea South Miller C. 2nd Seventh Estes S S Ise Watagua Roland R.G. 2nd Seventh Plasters L.F. Its Watagua Sears Alpha Gamma Rho Heilman R F 1st Watagua Furr R E Delta Sigma Phi Smith CF. 1st 1911 Robeson 3rd South Davis C Pi Kappa Alpha Scales L.H. Pi Kappa Alpha Falls P. .. Sigma NU Tyner R.H. 4th Dormitory Canaday P. Sigma Phi Epsilon Dossenbach E.B. Delta Sigma Phi Honeycutt Utility Alpha Kappa Pi Honeycutt Utility Alpha Kappa Pi BOXING Martin 1151b. 2nd 1911 BASKETBALL Means 125 lb. Kappa Sigma Whitmire F. 1st 1911 Hamlin 1351b. 2nd 1911 Morrison F. Kappa Sigma 1.cConty 145 lb. 2nd Watagua Ford C 1st South Dossenbach 155 lb. Delta Sigma Phi Scales G. Pi Kappa Alpha Norman 165 lb. Pi Kappa Alpha Gardner G. 1st South Richardson 1751b. 1st Watagua Remmey . Utility Pi Kappa Alpha Bailey Heavyweight Pi Kappa Alpha FRESHVAN SPORTS Hoek Rote: Coca Wiesen, Butt, Lea. GAILDNZIL, Delius% SULLIVAN, jAKOVSKT, Sewer, eaten WARIIKX, TAinl Row: KOLATICK, Ceawrose. Hteoeteks, WAOZIONLD, WINOLIIY, PASTZN. Poet Ease. McKumar, SAIIIMAK. void Rote: Roamers, hank themes, We ' re. TATUM, JOMNOON, FONTUNATO, Vann...corr. Min Rene: Maxims. Motels, SMART, Saeotae, STICKMAN, KlAYNAC, GINGIIATS, Ittpree. Cottas. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Thirty-five hundred fans including Ted Husing. the noted sports commentator. saw the Techlets open their season by beating Belmont Abbey by a three touchdown margin. The final score standing at 25-6. In this game Bob Warren. State Coach. uncovered a number of good players. ones that we expect to hear from later. not only during this season. but during the coming three years. Bob White led the scoring for the Frosh by counting 13 points and showed himself to be one of the most powerful runners on the field. Gardner. a pile driving fullback. was the spearhead of the attack. Lozier also stood out as potential fullback material. In the line the playing of Kraymak. center: Stackman and Savini. guards: Spivey. Sullivan and Crawford, was outstanding. The baby Techs scored one touchdown in the first period, two in the second and once more in the final quarter. The visitor ' s only score came on a long pass from Kilborn to Courtier in the fourth period. In their second game of the season. Bob Warren came close to realizing one of his fondest dreams when his Techlets were held to a scoreless tie by the Duke Frosh in a game played in the Duke stadium. The Blue Imps should consider themselves lucky on coming out of the game with the 0-0 score as they did. Almost the entire game was played in the Duke Frosh territory and their goal line was threatened numerous times. Outstanding in the Techlets backfield was Gardner. the high-powered fullback. In the line the playing of Kray- nak. Spivey. Sullivan and Crawford was very fine. For the fourth consecutive year. the State Freshmen held their " Indian Sign " over the little Tar Babies and whipped them 41-0. In this game Warren proved himself a master of strategy when he had the State Yearlings use Carolina Varsity plays against the Chapel Hill Frosh. The Wolfcubs were complete masters of the situation during the entire afternoon. scoring in every period and making 17 first downs to Carolina ' s 7. In this game the Tech- lets gained 274 yards by rushing and 73 by the Aerial route. During the game practically every State substitute went into the game. In the fourth game of their season. and with the usual drive and spirit characteristic of the State freshman teams. Bob Warren ' s Yearlings continued their uninterrupted march thru their schedule with a 33 to 0 win over Campbell College. Score came for the Techlets in the second, third and fourth periods. The outstanding touchdown march of the game was that of 70 yards in which Gardner featured. carrying the ball practically the entire route. In their last game of the season the State Yearlings came out on the large end of a 26-0 score in their game with Wake Forest. This win made the Techlets and Duke end up tied for top honors in the Big Five circle. The State Frosh scored in every period but the second. Practically the entire game was played in Wake Forest territory. Three of the Techlets ' scores came on line plays with Fehley. Lozier and McKinley carrying the ball and the last score came in a beautifully completed pass from White to Smart. First Row: hewn, PAVXZ, MAVLTSBy. Ot0)4ASTIZ, raw,. Second Row: ' ,aim XCII, Starr, Hams, Tato., FLUON, FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Although the Yearling basketeers did not show a great deal of promise at the opening of the season. much progress was made by the Techlets as the season progressed. From their 1937 Frosh squad will come State ' s court stars of the future. The Frosh opened their season in a game with the Resettlement Club of the Raleigh Y. M. C. A. and came to the front with a 40-32 victory. Next came Wake Forest on their schedule who handed the Yearlings their first defeat of the season 46-31. Fulton making 16 points took scoring honors for the night. In their first away-from-home game of the season. the Little Techs took the Wildkittens 34-27 in a preliminary to the varsity game. The Davidsonians led 16-14 at the half. The State Frosh in a very exciting second half came back to hand the Davidson boys a 7-point licking. Carolina ' s Frosh came up on the schedule as the next team to defeat the Little Techs: scoring 44 points to the Techlets 30. At the half Carolina had a 20.10 lead which the State Frosh could not overcome. Right in line with the Carolina game came the foes from Duke. who handed the State Frosh basketeers their third defeat of the season by a mere 2 points. the contest was close all of the way with the lead changing often. State had a 17-15 lead at the half. but this was not enough since the Blue Imps came back so strong. In the sixth game of their season, the Techlets scored an easy win over Wingate Junior College. the final whistle finding State on the big end of a 46-22 score. In their next contest with Louisburg the Techlets chalked up another in the win column by taking the Louisburg boys 47-24. Following the rather decisive win over Wingate and Louisburg. the State Freshmen met the Carolina Froth. who handed them their fourth reversal of the season. During the next week the Techlets hit their winning streak. taking Kannapolis Y. Davidson. LaFayette High and Wake Forest. in close but well played games. The season was closed with the second loss to Blue Imps. being taken by the score of 28-34. Outstanding during the season was the playing of Crawford. Cromartie. Harris and Sabolyk. around whom Coach Bob Warren built the smooth working team of Young En- gineers, who brought winning margins in eight of the thirteen games played by them during the year. ksikessaassi Bock Row: HOYLE, MITCHELL. PI 1 N DoNOUGH, WICKER. JONES. STEELE, HOYLE: Sic- and Row: WILSON, FRANKLIN. MILLER. SKILLEN. BEAM. BEVERLY, SANDEOSS, LUCY; First Row: GREEN. GILL, HENDREN, HARPER. BRUINOOGE. FROSH BASEBALL Opening their 1936 baseball season. the State College Freshmen dropped their game to the Duke Blue Imps. 5-2. Darwood Harper started as State pitcher but was driven from the box in the fourth inning. In their record game of the season. the frosh were forced to play two extra innings in order to defeat the Burlington High team. 3-2. This game marked the first defeat of the Burlington pitcher in 18 starts. The Frosh next met the Tar Babies from Chapel Hill and on their own diamond handed them a 7-5 licking. Next to be turned back by Warren ' s men were the baby Deacons who went home with only 4 runs while State had scored 11. Next the Freshmen were handed their second defeat of the season and the second by the Blue Imps. when they were taken in Durham by the Dukesters. Game ending with State having only 5 runs to Duke ' s I I. During the next week the Warrenites suffered their third defeat of the season when the Blue Imps again took them into camp. the score being 6-4. Duke winning this game when they scored 2 runs in the 9th inning. Next the Duke Blue Imps took the State Yearlings in for the fourth time of the season. scoring an 8-2 win over the Warrenites. Raleigh High came along to break the losing streak of the Techlets when they were de- feated by them. the score being 6-3. In their second game with Burlington High. the Techs won 3-2. The Techlets closed their season with a 3-2 defeat at the hands of the Tar Babies. The season ' s record includes—Lost 8 games: Won 4 games. ADVERTISEMENTS 1111W111•1 RAYON WILL REACH NEW HIGHS DURING 1937 OaOLIM VISCOSE RAYON—is being consumed in greater quantities than ever before. Production facilities are being expanded. C4LOW1L ACETATE popular yarn, known as setraceta in the retail markets, will be available in greater quantities to meet the in creased demand. aanini RAYON STAPLE is meeting a continually increasing de. mand. New and marketable textures are being created from this new GROW! Staple fibre that is being spun on cotton, silk or wool systems. PLANTS Marcus Hook, Pa. • Roanoke, Va. Lewistown, Pa. • Meadville, Pa. Parkersburg, W. Va. • Nitro, W. Va. 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New and in- genious applications, in constant development, serve to widen its field of usefulness. Today, electricity, long accepted as the ideal ser- vant, is bringing new economies in time, fuel and power to the myriad processes it serves. Through its use in the home, in com- mercial establishments and in industry, new heights of comfort and efficiency are being reached. Carolina Power Light Company Now CHEAP ELECTRICITY is CHEAPER Still! DEPENDABILITY 1881-1937 down thru the years Dependability is the first requisite for a per- manent business establishment. Dependable policy — dependable service — dependable merchandise . . . And on this basis we solicit the continued patronage of our community, our state and the South. We promise that today, as in 1881 and on down through the years, our watchword will be dependability. Job P. 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BALFOUR COMPANY Attleboro, Massachusetts Leading Manufacturers of FRATERNITY AND SORORITY INSIGNIA CLASS RINGS AND PINS COMMENCEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS DIPLOMAS CUPS MEDALS TROPHIES Rings for 1937 Class of North Carolina State are Balfour-made W. G. ANDERSON, Representative 106 North 7th Street Richmond, Virginia CAROLINA HARDWARE CO. Jobbers GENERAL HARDWARE BUILDERS SUPPLIES SPORTING GOODS 233-35 S. Wilmington Street RALEIGH, N. C. Phones 233 and 2506 a MORNING-NOON--OR NIGHT The Meeting Place Prier Ilan Etturhrontitt Just a Few Blocks from the Campus TWENTY-FOUR HOUR SERVICE THE PHOTOGRAPHS In This Annual Were Made by Dunbar nub aattirth INCORPORATED 132 FAYETTEVILLE STREET RALEIGH. N. C. • Largest College Annual Photographers in the South • FINE PORTRAITS PROMPT SERVICE An Organization Prepared to serve the most exacting annual staff. An organization with a ough knowledge of printing and binding achieved through years of experience in the production of college and high school annuals . . . CHARLOTTE N.C. ESTABLISHED 1893 • LYNCHBURG ENGRAVED ANNUALS ARE BUILT UPON YEARS OF EXPERIENCE AS SPECIALISTS IN THE FIELD OF SCHOOL PUBLICATIONS I I N successfully fulfilling the requirements of the modern College Annual Staff we have combined a comprehensive and systematic servicing program with that high standard of quality so essential in the production of fine yearbooks. Lynchburg engraved annuals are built by an organization specializing on school annuals exclusively, there- by assuring each staff of the personal and in- telligent assistance so necessary in the planning and designing of a truly satisfactory book. LYNCHBURG ENGRAVING -COMPANY• LYNCHBURG • VIRGINIA LA d3a at 03-titoz_ cAtuutals_ A FINAL WORD This thirty-fifth volume of the North Carolina State College yearbook. THE AGROMECK of 1937. has been a pleasure and privilege for us to produce and present to you. It is our hope that you will keep it always, in remembrance of the many pleasant days spent at State College. We have done our best to assemble in this book the things that may please you most and present you with everything you have hoped for. In this final word. we wish to say that without the loyal support given so willingly by the faculty. fellow students. and the various campus organiza- tions this volume of THE AGROMECK would not have been possible. There are others. too. who have aided us considerably in the producing of this book. MR. W. J. CRICHTON. JR., of the Observer Printing House. made certain that every detail of the copy and printing was excellent before the book was com- pleted. MR. M. L. GLOVER, of the Lynchburg Engraving Company. lent many a helping hand and showed a great amount of interest in the designing of this volume. Without the ready wit of MR. M. F. DUNBAR. of Dunbar and Daniel ' s Studio. this book would have been filled with many dull and gloomy photographs. The untiring efforts and patience of MR. H. S. KECK. of the Observer Printing House. has lessened our burden considerably. The assistance of MR. FRED DIXON, Miss NANCY STEELE. and the librarians of the State Library has also been greatly appreciated. We take this means of thanking them all for their patient support and helpful kindness. PETER IHRIE, JR., Editor. G. M. ASHBY, JR., Business Manager. J. T. CATLIN. Associate Editor.

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